The Clewiston news
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Title: The Clewiston news
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Louis A. Morgan
Place of Publication: Clewiston Fla
Creation Date: February 14, 1963
Publication Date: 1928-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Clewiston (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Hendry County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Hendry -- Clewiston
Coordinates: 26.753399 x -80.9336 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6 (Feb. 3, 1928)-
General Note: Tom Smith, editor.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000366793
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System ID: UF00028415:01087
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I''Th Cl e'wlston N "America's :,jj

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,I u ew S Sweetest Town"Return "'': __

j > Poataqa Guaranteed. Sac. 345& PM-Sub. $4 Per Year CL :WISTON, FLORIDA. THURSDAY FEBRUARY_14, 1963__VOLUME 36 NUMBER!__ :;.;

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Clewisfon High School v, .,1.

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Ridge ConfernKePrincipal : .-.l'


James E. Brandon 1":.L'/''./
made the following announcement
this week: Beginning with the Counselor Gets

I .choolear l 63- 4 dewiston High Clewuton Office
f School: will be affiliated with the I'e
EMAIL MUST GO THROUGH I Aa.If the re-renting accessary tomaD Ridge Conference In Its sporting An office In the Courthouse I, '
scheduled which was carried ou Florida East Ceast trains bee -! events. The Ridge Conference voted sob-offlce building at Clewts- Ie "'i.
the strike, waa not enough trouble a nun truck broke don ea unanimously at 1U winter meetlag. ton bye been provided for the F L --- ,; '.
it to Clewislea. recently.. Nothing daunted the carrier. Bembry February 6. 1983 tp accept: sea ., Jim Wright counselor 'y ;,
is, sent a wrecker U tow the loaded track to the Post Office where U Clewlston Into 1U Membership. for the JavenBe Court of Hen-., ,
gorged Its load. This was quicker than taking time out for repair Member schools of the Ridge dry Ceo.,. fth'4

STAFF PHOTO, Conference Include: Arcadia Avon Mr.. Wright will be la the "

------"-- Park Fort Meade Frostproof. office every Taeoda from I t :
Lake Placid Okeechobee; "Scoring ..... till I' Po... (etcept for ;.
And Oewiston. Inaeh and win be available kt

air Parade W8I ,Ftofwr l ,. Because of prior committmentsClewlston the- eyetilngs by :atppolotmeot ; _
I will only,plajr.tour Ridge The-'telephooe number Is TC139M. ..

endry Offkfelsto I teams. In football next year but k
County i win prey all conference: member
beginning! 196443. la basketball
to dedicate the Grand we realize the fair Itself la of primary baseball and track competitionwith Many Unaware hON J'

nn, Parade this year to theted importance and our business all Ridge members win begin Of Veteran I ':--t
officials of Hendry County firms and individuals are being with the coming school year TO NASSAU! I Seniors .. '
Pension'BeneltU The with day er. Boys and Girls games 11 t Bepresentatives of ; }
announced this week by encouraged to make It! their major Principal Brandon expressed regret dreams III Skip Day coming. ap are embarking ea all teams here admire publicity poster are Bobert "" ) "'
ank L. PcAlll. parade chair- effort" said for having to resign from the t;; \,
PolhUL"Our money-making events hoping for trip to N..
a Maples faculty aad Janet Slewert, '
Suncoast Conference because Today, more Mae two years senior en $ ;;;
Tbe parade will take placeS of :. I
a county: officials are due a the excellent: with after the law WM passed Veterans san Whether they cruise the AU..U..r not the left, and Mr, Jackie Gentry, faculty aDd. ,..
afternoon relationship Its
-o'clock Monday I great deal of credit: for their fine members In the past However AdmtnlstratlM officials sale they will provide their aadlencea with an archleg Mike Bowden senior en the right. J ;;'W .
Jbruary 25th.
cooperation with the Fair In every competition with many Florida wUewe aid orphans evening of Basketball Monday, February Ittn. -STAFF PHOTO r.i
county. officials will ride in way, It seems only fitting, since having a when the faculty and seniors play a doableheadultyVsSmiof -
more comparable enrollment Just! of World War U aA Koresa Con- :.r I\C'j: :':.
parade in selected posts of this 1s a _Hendry County. Fair that flea this move.CLEWBSTON. ] met veterans who were.. not disabled .t
a. They will gatherto particii we should nonor them In our openIng are atniaftiatiy m : Will '
aware they
IfiGH SCHOOL ( Games "
i In the ribbon cutting cere- parade," he continued. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE are eligible for pension nodes ceo New Rankin ; /

ny at the entrance to the Fair Several school bands and marching I 1163.44'Sept lain conditions:; :;
hib1t Building, and wm, of Swell Class Fund For Grads ..isa a
of units have entered the parade 20-Pahokee, away Before July 1, 1998. wldowi and PCs ra
be fee Fair that :
se; guests Belle Glade :
and It win be and
gay colorful. The Sept 27-Chamloade (Hollywoodhome. children of Wend ,W*{ U or Korean '
thug. beauty contestants: will be featured servicemen >wt enUtled to Next, Monday night :.a doubleheader -. may -"listen" to them on the gel- .. i '! '.r-:;: I
,'We are making our big efforts In the parade and the family of Oct. 4-Sebring. away.. pensions only if UM deceased veteran ,basketball, game Faculty ger counter said Walker : / M
r the fair itself this year. We will W. L.' Holland of LaBelle, chosen Oct. VI. Seniors, will provide Gets Charter 'P,+ '
11 Lee (Fort Myers). had a serviee eapnected disability an exciting the faculty; men, perhaps giving j.;t
ve a very fine parade and as Befldry County's Farm Familyof home. at tiM 1tt *>jiws death. evening for cage fans in thehigh them the edge on the senior boys. : )\ r' ..
re baa been a great deal of laid the.Year win also occupy special Oct. 14-BeUe: Glade home: Beginning on UHl'date. Con-I .school gym starting, at 7 However youth and vitality will A new bank"for Belle Glade: has- k\"h, .m: 4....;
at enthusiasm shown; but positions in the parade. Oct.: 23-Junlter.. home. gress' provided pesssfenl for the o'clock.. The senior girls wU) play net their share of baskets so don't received: preliminary approval : '

Nov. 1-Avon Park, away widows and orphan et these veterans tea women of the faculty .In the bet money on the facultylAs from the state comptroller: and : !; .
Nov. S-Lake Placid home: on an' equal bvis" with the first fame then the senior, boys an added feature of the evening state banking commissioner.: ,., ?.. '( '
Nov IS-Open. pea.ong'granted<< to'world War 1 1reterans I will play the f.culf.1'mea.. baked goods, coffee and soft E. Green. The bank will be'cap* j\'
Nov. The outcome of the games are drinks win be ;
Okeechobee, away. widow sssst orphans. It on italized at $500,000.00 and will be, : i .
ts no longer nennasery for the unpredictable, 'but an evening of Game admlssllon is'90 cents, and named the.. Bank of Belle Glade ;; k "
Children' Home veteran to have Ml, t service- fun for the-. entire family is a safe where else can: you find such an ,
connected: dlsabilitar- Rufus Wilson prediction.: exciting: evening for only half of a Lots have been purchased on ,'ry; !.N'
Leader Speaks manager VA SI, Petersburg, Sports enthusiasts will be '1nter- dollar. Avenue E. directly across fromLlndsley y. ,.
pointed out. cited to watch Coach Buren Hall, Lumber Company and ,:

r Bascom Carlton superintendent The penteeas rasp. from 125 to former cage: star of Carson Newman plans are underway for erection _:'t".
I of the Florida of the buildnlg. William) A. Welch r te' "
Methodist Children's University who will be among
NO| monthly for wlisws.. .For each .
tad Home-at Enterprise will speak'a Tigers Beaf'Rams now executive vice president .of ,,7"
; child: $19 a month to added.
the .Methodist Church Sunday.eve the Citizens State Bank.of ;
: ning at 7:30.: as,one of ar aerie" monthly.;-Tte-pension- .for "opesns" r .... Is $$6" ARB Reger.'rDi. s ",' anna...)MA.J>eeQ named

of speakers Oft,",pedal needs and This benefit may be payable to aveteran's Are Radioactive "Hot" 'In Golf'Match vice president of the hew Injtltutlon. ..
how the church: is meeting them." child ,
Mr. Carlton's .talk and colored though the widow or is not entitledto even A lot of Clewlston women would The golf teams of Oewbton and Organizers of the bank Include / j
tildes will illustrate how the do well C A. "Mutt" Thomas, Lake Harbor' ..'
special the pension because she remarried I to look back in their kit- Belle Glade high schools met at
needs of 'children: are being or her income or net worth then cupboards They may come the Clewlston Country Club Monday grower, who is president of ,1: ,
met In Florida exceeds certain limits. up, with radioactive dishes. Mrs. afternoon, and Clewlston beat South Bay Growers James A. ,ff'; .
IV.F.W. COMMANDER, AND AUXILIARY PRESIDENT are shown' He win also discuss: : the nation.wide' The income limit is II.BOOJeal'- Jack Rogers did. the Rams 7H to 4ft in'match play.. Ball prealdent of Everglades Federal .'.," .
1 \the institution of the Auxiliary unit with visiting dignitaries. Left program briefly describing Mrs. Savings and Loan Association; :; .
17' fora widow and $3000: Rogers took down
annually some :Matt Stanton. Jr. with a cool: 77
right, hospitals and homes G. L. Royal Jr., associated,. .
Mrs. Agnes Smith.'district chief of staff. Mrs. Edith Glase supported and frith
tor a widow with a child or children bright orange Fie.t.w.re dishes for the 18 holes, was medalist.
jiff of staff State of Florid. Auxiliary Mrs. Mary Bryan local presl- operated by the church. be has owned for 20 years and In, the individual competition his father in Royal's Inc.; George .l.u(:,
Int and her husband. The meeting will be held In the Wedgeworth president of the Sugar ':ti .,
Barney Bryan.Y.F W* Post Commander Mrs. The Income limit "orphans is liked Xen Walker Civil Defense Matt beat Hub .
Idred Social Hal of the church' at 7:30.Everon..1J Stanton\ Cane Growers Cooperative of M":., :
Standlford. district president and Tom Glase. senior vice : : ,
com 1MO exclusive of earned dJ.rectot. to check .
> yearly, : them with a 3-0: Mike Durrence lost to Rob Florida and associated with "' .; '
Voder invited to attend.- ; ,
department of Florida V.F.W/-STAFF PHOTO.. Income.' ;: elxer counter. Sure enough they Parrlsh 3-0; Nickel Fisk beat Lane Wed eworthl. Inn- Robert !_ ;\ : I, .
'lb..peDiIOD U paid 11 the deceased were "hot," Mrs. Rogers shivered Creech S-0 and Eugene'Iliac split Mathews'Jr.:. attorney-and chairman \( 't. 11<:
veteran was discharged and gave Walker ail the burnt with John Dell Ift-ltt- of the board of directors of '" ".. ; \
UDder conditions other than, dishonorable range dishes: she owned. matches the "q
I In.practice: played Everglades Federal Savings and
and had 90 or I.more She i became suspicious after same afternoon, but not a part of Loan Association; John Henry Logan
,, j k bo 7 v.' days of service or was discharged reading stories of such: dishes: bang the match play Robert Thompsonsplit executive vice president of
sooner for a -cennected: disability. tested in Palm Beach County; with Jeff Altmsn I%.I% and Exchange National Bank of r'r'the

her dishes were. the same color: Mark Clark and ,Cesar Martinez Tampa 'and William A. Welch of

w and make. each scored a. 99 on- the. first nine Marlanna; Billy Rogers, vice

City Walker says the. radioactive': ma- president of South Bay.Growers; ,
n Recreation eilal Is only in the orange dishes holes.MAY Joe Tom Boynton, president 1 of
DeptThe '
.r and got there through the dye used STILL ENTER Seminole Life Insurance Company; .
City Recreation Departments to get that particular: color. 3aude Shirley Sr. of Shirley':
planning a Marbles Tournament, IN FAIR PARADEThere's Bros.
., Fiesta dishes were usually Insets also a vice president and
A in cooperation with the VFW Post '
director of Everglades:
+ of various colors of the Federal
IBS, which will be held Saturday, I ; none stir Onto to get year Savings and Loan Association Rob
oUter colon have shown
March 8th. any float or marching: unit In the
ert Apelgren vice
president and
The tournament will be' open to I radioactivity; but the Geiger Hendry County Fair and Livestock director of Everglades: Federal ', '
all, boys not over the ,age ef M I counter really gets a charge from Show parade, said parade Savings and Loan Association and T
the dishes and starts clacking
years, and there will be DO,"e orange chairman, Frank FwlhlU rice president of the Sugar Cane ,j
classifications.Marbles will be aW.'tMr. this week.
Growers Cooperative of Florida.
I& furnished by the tournamentex Walker Invites anyone hiving AH businesses and.rgaalsa- ..J ;
cept: the shooter and each boy is orange dishes: which they wish thou In the area are eordlaHy
? expected to furnish his own shoot tested to get in touch with him I Invited t* enter the parade. Another Slice 1

_________ er. either,tailing the high school: durng Contact Mr. PettBl for any Of Racing Fund '
Copies of the official rules wWehwm the day to leave a message or needed information and .. advise -
govern the tournament Maybe ailing hlnvat his home 1D.the him .f Intent to eater the State Comptroller Ray E. Green ,:'t .
e& usr : V.1.,:AUXIUASY are ;wa.... Pease, EateUe ..... Mary obtained at the Youth Center. veniogs.Theamount. parade se the Una of search: said today race track tax checks 'I ,
shown as they gathered for.the InitKatUa the. Bay, Temple Judd J'rUetlBanl. Evelyn Jobs' I March Sth at < p.m. .is the: deadline of radioactivity fahip. ear bo planned. for .,000 will be mailed to each '

I sew suit at the V.'I.W'I'N& Homes' front row, soa. Pal laid; Ird row Anne Barrow Dora. I for entering the tountMsent but Mr. Walker does not feel Festoons, paper decorative of the-87 counties 1
dude" FreeUeni, Mory, ry H. 'Peggy .Pass- ,- PHOTO.I the Youth Center win be.u ed for oeen dangerous to any Individual making float attractive total received by each county; for .. I
Ba...... Mary Bass -. Sad row the tournament. : "If one held the dishes constantly, have been ordered on consign'meat the current deal tq ..000 or $8,- r
mender Al Zauel MrI.'Marie VIdal rubbing them or touching; ';them, and may be purchased at 500) more than received for th.- '

.F.W. Auxiti b instituted daughter of VFW member C; Senior Car Wash I' '. !" there ,would ,be danger," he said. the Style Shop .. Bond Street comparable period, .last,year. '
y in Clewiston. This fa not a prof Each of the (7 counties received
X. Robbins and Hardie S. Br....., Seniors will hold a earwaefr Saturday The dishes will be shows at theClvU :
father of Harry and Gordon Braseel it-making venture, bat a sera a total of $208.000 last year which

y State And DistrkT; Offkials post members. at I at a.m.the Wayside Park' 'starting County Defense Fair booth'at where' any the Hendry visitor the Ice to parade.those.entering floats. "In the was race the largest track tax.in the history- of .''

The Department of Florida'wasrepresented'by'Senior One dehr"will clean few air --
[The Hawklns-KfakOwdon Cane mot of:Florida.'officially! Instattod Vice. Commander on the outride and for ......., 90 STRIKE CAUSES '
the Veterans ef Foreign WSM Use following officers! :. Mrs. Ton Glaze of Sarasota; cents you can get an InsjU Jab as
IV has a dulr 'tiJttttm Auxillinstt- Mary Bryan, president Mrs. Peggy Department Finance Committee well. BROKEN RECORD
1. Impressive ....... .. Paumore Center vice president Chairman Paul Sandllord. Wilt If ,i you waat a clean ear and '
ling the new .,.._-*- ...... ;. .Mrs. Dean Defiant' Junior Palm Beach; Department Life want to'help .a'good eaee (the The FEC railroad ..trJU"eu; :
at the PCIIII.,'" .. ... : vice president; Mrs. Dora LeeBoleker. Membership.Chairman Sam Fred- sealers ae a good caueev.ajeot be blamed for this also .;. a
r.Dclaco Ava10e ._ jgs .... : treasurer) 'Mrs. Estelle enreich. West Palm; DepartmentVoice they.take) your car to... wayside BID .Boswefl. genial AC!.. .
gist Mrs, [ of Democracy Chairman Park Freight traffle manager for theClewlatea
JlUldftdIudttard. Welt Rudd;: chaplain; Mrs. Nell dawson Saturday montag, Or 1
tIM 'J1aIrd : guard; Mrs. Temple Judd Doug Pearcy Clewiston. Representing if you .will phone 2-4391 between area, was catapulted
rase.-: ,lyg pea trustee '(1 year)t Mrs. Lucille AI- I the 'Third District was Junior now and Saturday the seeders. will late a round the clock cia,-.,-
Gales. .Lea, OtruJtee (I' years), and Miss Vice Commander Chuek BeeI arrange' to pick up your' ear at day and *eek-by-week grind I
Mri AJDeI ..... dletdd ellda Oervia Halkcock, trustee ((3 years) I ring of Welt. Palnf Beach. Other your: horns or ,business, thin ,it when his. division look ever a
w.. ..... .. and Mm. Mary Bass, conductress. .dlstlnguisbed guests Included PoetComma.nder aid return tt big share .f the shipping FEe
.saJa&ed .. JIn. Glenn Perry' West had formerly bandied front the
JIdMrt 0.Mle. h Mrs. Pauline WUdden. secretary;
lellior "... ........1 Mrs. Mrs. Rose: Doane Mrs. Evelyn Palm Beach; Post Commander Bob Gravy Train. .'. sooth lake area.1'
me. Cook. I adst ... Jaaisss, Mrs. Frances Suggs, Mrs. Mefc, Poet 7672 West Palm Beach; Up U thai point Bill's attend

..laa ZaD........ ......: Pntriete RwM, color bearers; Mrs. Lamar Hires past commander The government rratr (rate sue record at Botary was an- {
r. Marie .....:. : lgry Mary ..y...flag bearer;' Mr.-Lu- 7472; Ewer Zengenberjr and Bob 'occupies Uncle Daa's attention blemished. He was a. charter ; r
.alai BmI' .ralleeiec. : .. >Qa0. cille Anon banner bearer; .'Mr.. Oeborn';iIIat oommaaders 'MM, today.. He says Ute fravy II'I \ member of the Clewlston club
lJce Linty, pug bearer; Mrs. Patricia Rudd. historian and Mrs. Lake Worth; Francis Fatriekr Lake getting to thick and tlfaka. we I \aid had 1M per cent .ttea -

r.. Bl1Da. beMsur. -.v; aDd Nell CIa...... patriotic1 instructor. Worth; Maury Rosewater, West ,eovU do wttk about hit as alee reeerL ..:,
els James Gntacen. 110. M.. Eo The saw ,Auxiliary received >a Palm Beach: Distinguished ladies many goverameat employets.Bead Bat strikes being what they PAIB OFFI41ALt At lUtl: Btalfear.; ; Kintal 1.. rape center,
Roy. I4ra. Ruth Pew ud Mr, white Bible, and white altar doth: guests present Included Mrs. Eunice ttocle Dan hen Pev-. are, MB slipped last week and mMenl of Hendry County Fair and Livestock Skew, eenfers wNk vie
p 7. GaIar beaten.. M a gift from the district presidoat "- Mclntosh. Palm Beach ..*. Garden.'Ha caaoste era was Dtabte I.'atlead kte saw president. L A. Du....'. rich and Frank E.' Venn. ooereUry, left, lr, r
Alter the. well...... Mrs. Sandifocd.Oosunander West ; ..... 'are always pod fur a. efcb, "w to nuke ? ta'lkee4krctak. ') at ene .. the last directors' meetings before the big ........ TIN rear
aft .. ... eI Baraie Bryan add Mrs. Charles Henalag. West Palm ladugk. wile a lot of bald. isma. aOoted I....,., ........ ) ""' Olsen rebraarr M **> eta days and ...**..',,at Ike Fair Os sen is t* '
Ladlet Depart- brie memorial services. for Com Beach. ssa.... ....' / a........ WAFF PHOTO. 'I.11'c
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Pa.. Tn THE CLEWISTON NE\\'S Ckwatm, J'bida' ____ ___ _---- -.- rest Issue of the Clswiston
I" 1..III.I..t i..1 ewes. . I recounting the fascinating p'1ziaZ3311

The Clewiston Newsl t It's Historyiow j j1HUTT I I (Frem TEN. dewtstoa TEAM AGO News, I history Business\ of the news Oewtatoa Included the 1'1.\>>\ ", '..0YU

\ f Feb. It. 1.5J'' log of a new Dodge I I
Published evary Thursday at 109 Central Avenue, ClevrUtoa \ 1.'ii the 28 Years of Prof Bembry Bros p1Z'gihJ I
Florida by The Clewiston News Inc, a Honda Corporation. TEAMS AGOFrem the We I. This was
Entered aa Second CUM Matter February 1, 1927. at the Port ( ae...... News CoWesfSay of the wlnterOewIston
Office w aewlston. Florida. under the Act of Congresa of March S, m. II, MM) I redded tow 01 51: Benbow, INSIDE
I l,, lS'l' I 103! MUmt\ Lock, M, an the same :
The tmdlM ol Donald Norton 21 .1II t ..
BERYL BOWDEN, Publisher pR'Qfji of Winter Haven and Lakeport, Lincoln :.. 'Housing Situation Is

lubacripUon, Rates ... .. .. ...$4.00 per real Wbldden( **. of Palmdale and Still Headline Acute:In Clewiston Ares" I
ji (Return Postage Guaranteed) A Marvin Morrow, 28. of Elba. Ala., i
ACYM were found riddled with bullets ; c. :f,Wheeler
Adwrtlalnf Rates on application. The amlaei I ( q
N near Lakeport management reserve the tight to plat any
Q at Riddle Field. Number
0 triple murder was never solved) ,
eojecUonal advertisement. tin Increased from 50
Q per
Governor Sholtt office manager group
Devoted to UM advancement and welfare l1o'" reported h. had received 18. to almost. 100. I
"" T dewlnton and Beery County.
: 000 application for Jobs la the fiveweeks A surprise party was given at I fo
1'':, Telephone: BustneM and Editorial: TUkon MIDI : since he took office, the Officers Mess Hill for Carl.
TUB mows mum a. ropoiMi i iut/ for tae Mina el *aaoU ite4BaaiuMTipU Riddle :Held instructors .'
*r; or lortpka Dr. C M Mclntoah: of West ZtterV,birthday "
'. raws .*..... ore floaaclal womnribmtr tot typographical. Pain Beach spent Sunday lit CIewlaton bad a family night ..paIIhettt
l orroro or ommlMlou aa o4vortloomont. out II Mtlftoa of XMk errors .. a* guest ot Mr and MM. W. supper, meal was prepared'
ti" for the- tost IOIBO ol tl. will correctly that ol the
) > po.por pert '
.: Ice whtoh the orror .=.ra.III! the mot tin* .!. '. C. Hooker by Lawrence dl Marco, former @ EEPurAGONEJ3JR
would nndir the corroetloa .&1...,.... the News' will ..*... lbs Brie* I Mia Evelyn Bare and MIss chef *w ON THE NEW :
S Slaif.r
......u..t equal ot thl total I
the or mount to tbo poreoatavo
of BJI .
!PMO .. tho ...-0._. or omltud eopr .......'.*. i Alma Crews attended the Southwest The.Mothers: Club sewed on op- -
.:' Florida Fair la Bad Mien erati&f}.gowns for the Red Crossas : !
Saturday. it'met'wtih Mrs L. M Weet
r Our Recreation Nets PTA sponsored a benefit bridle Optional automatto trantanlsrton and 4-wheel drive fliagfc
man i snd Mrs w. D. Wylle as hest.Acreage tr
\t the Inn front
< Be1eoW Knob 101'Veep'4-WD traotton OptUmal iudepeadaat suspension,bIn \ .
I'.. The Hendry County Fish and Game Association baa i instituted > talon Lloyd Sparrow, pre at the dew-I I any 4.wheel drive wagon America deb autosaottw' orerfeoM camshaft engine.
K, a move to find out! what recreation! facilities or* needed 5t Pete IoU and course Tampa.spent, playing In ,Ban41ee low other wagons can'tl The rear openILg'Is Eighse(cargo height 3 ft:G is), '
; by the residents of the area and to assist In finding out ways Tburnaments. For Sale! liPldet (4 ft.11AJ.) and with tailgate open Jt laM s cargo JeDtIIb 01 over 9 ft.-The'ZeeplIs

,. and means whereby they may be obtained. They have asked At the movie: Edward O: Rob- One section"' muckland. 15 tulles 4Wsoneer the em family wagon to offer the oomlort,l xi aakV and.. a "meS.W
a for suggestions on this subject loan In "Silver Dollar" south of Clewiston. A good o rmsnoe 01. pUBeJIIU oar-P1 4-WD
e buy at.1129. per acre. Terms. >>models alto anUable. 8Wf let 11M It",1- 4 err 4N.FIe' JeeR
I'/' Our first suggestion Is a sandy beach on the wad r. TWKNTT TEARS AGO ", : ..

I'r' \ This area has lakes ccmaI.tr.am8., pools. fidting ,(Front Oewlaton News, ii WI117'MOCIXI,weld's toi*raaunpwoeot a'wbeel don v""'ss,eat..tbepexing. gs4a Ia4I11Idc.
'tt' spots boating and skiing but nary a place we can call a Feb. 12. "' ) Thurmond Knight

:.1i,. 1 beach. And nothing quite takes the place ol a beach. Labor shortage threatened .
full cane harvest and sugar growers Realty, Inc. SUGARLAND MOTORS:
The Herbert Hoover dike effectively cuts us off from (the had been turned down on their I ,Box: 999S Ph. VI 4-1395 .
t lob: That Is a minor disadvantage, when compared to the request to federal authorities fat I I ,'West Palm Beach, Fla. ;
overwhelming benefits of the dike but Just the same the cutoff permission to Import labor from I < 841 E. Sugarland Hwy. Clewiston, Fl!

Is there, and it does destroy some of the scenic and recreation --- -- '\
advantages that a position on a lake eeems to indicate.In Ie

past years the construction of a beach seemed too expensive .
.w 4 (
to undertake. But with the tremendous earth-moving

projects now underway In this particular area,-4-Ianlng US 27, : ;
raising the levee, and building tree-islands, it is not such*an a4cod ) ,. '

r epheneral suggestion. v: S
We need recreation spots ind the time to obtain them and -,

preserve them is'now. We heartily approve a suggestion of our SEMJ-ANNUAL 0.
now Representative Charlie Miner that the county acquire some 1; A

suitable land to be used for'reaeat10n spots. Miner made: 9S
the proposal quite a few: years ago. More recently JackFry :
1and others\ have been instrumental in promotinq'an arrangement S
whereby the county expects to lease a picnic spot from one

of its largest.landowners., '

''I :,t:. ??..The march of progress is closing in'on such lands, and: i the
'I"', days when a family could embark on a day's1 picnic or a week-
.'!; ':" end camp end find a pleasant spot free fox the using have pass-

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has need.'chosen a good time to try to get something. done about,this f FANTASTIC PRICE REDUCT ONj;.,;,:.,:.:._

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B.':8 JI Roberts and :Mice Pa- guarantee the success of this proj '
Ann Powers entertained St ect Vets Info Service ;': ':
Let' Altar Society la their II After business meeting Mill 5 (

|(,n Wednesday evening Mrs. Powers and Mr*. Crawford dls- .' ,' 'f,
V.\IIhD-\.Jr., conducted, the I Ist cussed the value of attending ... By FRANK E. VELTRE
meeting at which anicment treat, which give one a chance County Service Offices '

was made of the I to revaluate his spiritual life and Veteru'with GI loan can make J'
cst toaot Deanery board of to prepare tor future emergencies u. extra payment to their mortgage .' .

rl meeting in Naples on I Mist Power was in charge of holder at any time or they may '. '1 :':'; ,
Ibar 26tb 'K, the program which explained the nr pay: off their entire lions without f *. "' '.
George You and).{ir*. Ida significance of the vciftiaent+ worn any penalty charge !, r. : ':,

jiord, co-chairmen, mad* furf -by the priest Mr, lime assisted The minimum extra payment a '.
plans for the booth at the I by displaying the vestment at veteran may make on his GI home :,}ft>
Try County Fair All women each was dlscused. i i ,
loan 1* the amount of one monthly: \, I""J...
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I parish were urged to coatrib- The hostesses
served delicious payment or $100, whichever 1* ( '
Cither their service at the party cakes and coffee to the less, Rufus Wilson Manager VA 1'i
I or their culinary abilities to I guest regional office pointed out. \6 ;t M
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:LEWISTON} TRAILER SALES, INC. the extra payment already made ,' .

may.-If the lender agree*-be reapplied -:
Invite yea to *ee the new \; .
Marietta and Etqoire MebOe Home to regular payments la order I GEORGE E. ECBAMES i
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New. tfUplay.- tit E. ftagarlaad Hwy, 1 1I. to prevent the loan frond going ;/\' :

NEW FINANCING AVAILABLECash 1 i Into defaultSportsman r I Force Promotes ,

L iI iI I George E. Eubank, )1/\ ; ,.
fer yew sued trailer -R I..... I I Ak II
George E. Eubank ha been

OW,, LOW down payment. 7'years to pay What HappenedTo promoted to airman second class'lathe ... f-
HENDRY COUNTY'S WINNING 4-H JUDOtNQ Cennty Agent Gene Harrison Richard Herring. L-l Fishing? United State Air Force at'/ 'I.t. '.
w. she handle Val MarieUe sad wed traOer*. .TEAM with their trephy freat the Senthweet Mike Bowden and Michael netcaer.flTAFF. r t
Turner AFB r' Nib; ,y
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J.Mft The effort of the recently organized
1 Florida Fair. Left to,right, Don Yeder, Ast. PHOTO.i "
Hendry County, Fish and Airman Eubank 1* the on of .
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Game Association to
get action : oi.
and 1 11 a graduate 'of Clewiston :, ;: !{ '
I by several contiguous! coun- High School He i Is an aircraft electrician ..'

Clewiston Church Directory tyiflEathr! To Climb tie. on, game' and port fishing with the UTttb ContolIdat.t... ..

matter have been favorably: re, ed Aircraft Maintenance "
tea To Manage David Finds calved President Charlie Wiesen- rot : /'"
[VARY BArrwr tureen. FIU1' METHODBT CHURCH FIRST BAPTBT CHURCH : feld told member at the meeting SquacS.I ,
331 W. Oeeeela Avenue 1M, E. Testers Lassie \
Sooth Oewlatea Rev. Richard Knight Pastor Rev. L. T. Fagan, Pastor i The .John.BIHajtan family went Umb David could.ifck one kg that letter had been written to

I:45 a.m.-Church School ':t5 a..rn.-Sunday School to West ,Pato aah Sunday to out. and somehow !he succeeded the county commissioners oC aU City Snwksrs GiveC;t
Rev. Herb Htg4.*, Per 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service 11:00 a.m.-Morning Service wateh the Itth aawpal South Florida in getting It cuugbt! In a crevice counties adjoining Hendry: asking )
| m.-Sundy SefcooiI taunt. afcamaiinstilp matche from which) he could not budge. that recreation nutter Involving r
6 00 p.m.-Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:00 p.m.-Training Union '
I a.m. Worrit Seratee'p.m.'Baptist 7.00 p.m.-Evening Service but youaf PawM S year' old son of Jean Grey told their father of wildlife get concerted: action. $3,355 In Taxes <: i:

I T>!lhH. 1.30: PJIL-Evening Service Wednesdayi the .f...,r. ymU A. mere exc:1 t- David plight and he went up the I Specifically; the group i* writingthe ,
Unloa Wednesday: Too p.m,-Officers and Teacher matt than fie .isjrar*..: tree In aa attempted rescue. However State Flab and Game Commla- Clgaret tax: money coming to ,.
p nu Worship ServUe{ ':1$ p m.-Choir Practice Meeting David eUsMbeel see of the gigantic when he reached the boy, Ion asking.that a. survey be made the city, of OewUton' ,from purchases ? .
layp.m.Brotherhood ':00 p.m.-Midweek'Prayer Service banyan tree, toyed hide and he realized that the tree limb had determine what ha* ,happened made In December amount :;rr4
I seek .meet aae.ltaA)* and wen too firm a grip on the knee and It to the port fishing la M. W, and ':.
p.mJ-Hour: 'I.,:.' ,, ST. MARTIN'S CHURCH ':U pm.-Choir PracticeNORTH8IDC and 'NOtI IcI ta getting I his let would be impossible to pull the L4. A year or to ago these were i to $3,35513. according .to .report "'V ',i'"
I of PrayerPractice (Epbeepal) boy loose from the new state beverage commissioner : '
., so wedged la .ties the firemen' prime 'epot, for bat fishing but
iy:' '. 2tT N. raelfie rescue squad had:to come and extricate Firemen arrived with truck and now they contain only rough fish. I Richard B. Keating "t\.
.-Choir: The Rev. Clark H. Dorman. Vicar MJSHONAftYMl '., administers the tax ', :t.:
i p ._ $H.; ladder taw and rescue equipment ,The local group approved the proposal whose office'' O' :
_. ./*: .: Sunday Services: : '_ BU'I'IR Ctl&t David a.l U|_. Jean Grey, They/ awed away a few tab, tied of the Florida Wildlife Federation collection. ..- \:u'/:', ,
: rv : 7.30 aon.-Early Eucharist. N.'FraneUce Street I' were itiiTa) *. ,tree when a rope 'on the,limb that held 'the that legislation be passed Collections over the state were '" ..' w
CHURCH OF' CHUM 11:00: a.m.-Family Service and Rev. Joe Sweat. Pastor they (jjUeTisJ*** into a ."...U.fa boy In Its grip and puffed hard oa to raise ,the fresh water fishing t2.960.7MS3. It to reported that., ( '
!I\*t*: '* j Church School 10:00 nv-Sunday School I Ipklt .queer shaped the limb thus relieving the pressure license fee ILOO, and that the cigaret. liquor and gasoline taxes ro. ..
1 8* twrta Central AVCMN Saints -and Holy Day at an 11:00 a.nx Morning Worship 10 David could move his kg money be used to establish managed are the greatest sources of revenue. f:". t.

I. nounced. 7,30; p.m. Evening Worship., iF'C P..j..ReeuedLaMe out Into the open: fishing area The procedure in Florida -: ,Jr fj a '
Earl Arnold, MtaMefJay Confessions by appointment Wednesday .
H* climbed down sole the worse would be for the county, to designate
( : ':00 p.m.-Pra"r.Service From,Flooding for the experience and went to the the area, and the .tate to ':: 1
i rn.-B.ble; Seloola..Worship' COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN use It laid Wlete dell"Since Coach Bobby DoddBobby
I playground to Join In shooting basket
I Without fiood: atrol works, ':\ ',
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417 Royal rain Arcane ST, MARGARETS CHURCH at the basketball court the time seem favorable
I psn.-Worship Henry H. Ford Minister Rev. Father Charles, of every M taps In South :Florida I But he didnt climb any more to obtain tome state or federal : Dodd, famed coach of b;'r

needs,: i::45 a Jn.-Sunday School 1.00 a.m.-Smday Mas I would be Hater, water virtual banyans. fund to establish recreation facilities Georgia Tech, and his son Bobby: A"
0 p.m.-Mid-week :devotfena. 11-00: Morning Worship 11:308u da, Mass :ly'every'yeu amd M of every 30 decided of .:. ?'.w
a m.- the club to Investigate Dodd Jr.. of the University; ..'\
and Bible study' In the Pariah 7.00 mDally .Weekday Ma** acre flooded p iclecaDy, the Central
11:00 a m -Nursery the need of the area and Florida are guest of Mr. and .
House 7.00 a.m.-Flrrt Friday\ Mass and SoytfMf Florida Flood KNIGHT SHOWS 'and ".
-- try to find way mean to OH Mr W,'B.' Adams at the ClewlsMS, ,
:: !iurl3':, ti .t Westminster Fellow ':00 .m -Flrst Wednesday earlsmonth :Control DMriet featert' in a pampWet need C.
00 p m.- ? p these S. Try was ap ton Inn. The two families are Ioqt: :
)MMUNITY. r131FFBCe6TL! .. ablpWedneada1i Catholic Ladte Altar : just tasued. ROTARIANS FILMS pointed to look Into this natter. time friend: '-.

HOLINESS cne#-.r"'l"ea \ I Society: I South ..P9eridrt'i h tremendous Rev; Richard Knight showed There wa* a good attendance at ''The, Adam ire regular wintervisitor .' '?
:' '73d; p.m.-Choir Practice Saturday I' growth during the pest' decade and slide he had made In ,Yucatan, the meeting, and a' Dutch barbecue at the Inn. and the Dodd ;',:k;. ,
Sixth ilewtnbtr 1.90: ,a.m.-Religious its potential for even greater Mexico, at the regular meeting of dinner war sewed In connection : have also been hereon a previous ,)"'r
'"-- groIn the future has been made with it. j visit ', ', ;'r !
Club ,.
J Taylor. Paer CUTJECH: OF JESUS CHRIST Rotary Monday. The minister .iMO1NTALVO '
Rev. R. possible by a'' comprehensive conservation 'j' 'f",.
0 a.m.-Sunday Sccbool...., APOSTOLIC FAITH BAP-TOT CHCftCHMthway plan the pamphlet "@aaaervauon made a trip to Central America -- 'j ,1T'j
0 a.m.-Morning Worship Sooth Clewhten 7M I In Action" points out'* last summer and was especially i '
Dixon Pastor Rev; Vic Turner Pastor I interested in the ruins of the ancient ) ,
S p.DSu da1 Evangelistic Bro. Tbere'a" *r geed ekaewe year*" culture | LA GUARDIA
Service t." 10:00 a.m.-Sunday School. t:43 a m -Sunday School Mayan which predate am
11:00: a.m.-Morning Worship I front.perch might make a pod the Christian era .'
11:00 m-Preaching "'
Inesday: a bwtt kmatcMng If eondHsesM -' AGRICULTURAL CONTRACTORS ,, .. :
5 p.m.Praler'SerVtce Tuesday: I:43 p.ro,-'TrjOnlng UnionS ramp .Among the guests at the luncheon / "' .H
: bore the earn M they "
lay3pm: 7:30 p.m.-Prayer Meeting :00 p.mv .Evening, Worship. I wave .39' year ate,". bate: were several honor students wheel, and crawler ; .
.-Youth Friday Wednesday: ofidewlstco High School, including '" :", ,
.,ServlCeh .. Meet.inS I:00 rim.-prayer Meeting f Jfcrirfa.rnldenU aspeeriaa-- :'.*)
'' j.Wp: .irt.-Y un| People' !( Janet Siewert, chris Kelly. .

,?? &:/:>W" /CHURCH OF GOD : -1 storing rainwater tbuj once Mike'Phyllis Mazdna.Crouch David Slim .Lawrence Beardsley,, TRACTORS FOR RENT : t
ASSEMBLY! or we21S ?;' "4HCRCiI-OF ,m S. Paetfle Aveane : Headed huge portion*.*t KM'. area Gene Uine and Dan McCarthy and i;.

Frsmewr'w4. ; '' : CHRIST Rev. Joe Colemaa *a4_MtawaiBg them d *||M Mrlods : Peter Mclntyre; .. Pete and David 'B. ,. week er.montb-wlth ... without tractor"driver ,"."..',;*u r
"'fiai"" (CHRISTIAN) 10:00 a.m.-:.Sunday School at dtaught. the FeD II fcom- \*
James |
IV F. : were given special recognltlion as Phones in Belle Glade W-5M3 aad Mt>8U
o a.m.-SuD"'r r _John' C. Scheffler; Minister 11:00 a.-Moratog Servfe ,"' hat FtaeMa1 natural CIS.,at. flood straight "A". students for .the en- :y,-;''' ''r\ II.1'.ir
o a.m.-MoniIW WI ;/ North Sugarland Auditorium .7.30 p.-Bvenlng, Worship cItou.-t. "1+s tire semester.. .
p.m.-Evalll6lll.\\..... woo a.m.-Bible School Wednesday: -e ,new publication Hhtf these. "

dnesdayttS '.'-, Jtaltti ', 11.00 .Communlqn ,and 7.30 Prayer Service ,advantage fre||. the 13-
p.m.-Midweek ....*..' Worship Servloe Friday? ..oe.w. water control: r MiRectarttaf .
Jay: ,. ',**. Wednesday .7:30. p.m--Young- 'People's- ., grewia :.watetM4ee t.FACTS; ABOUT, : u
J p.m.-\"ovtIl' si e rMI 7:30: p.m.-Bible Study deavor. .that anpply fe'eek water
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This Weekly'Church: G; Feature Is Sponsored By The Following: : ,'1': 4 *. re.ldenlt'tai Irrlsatlw"water'N v'

Trj* *Jta c4ylng' : VALIANT
Parkinson's Inc.: farmer "''t o .
Hendry tCtcy' Floyd Howell. Agent reserving wildlife kf' atatatfatar .

,.. .. STANDARD OIL COMPANY, Complete Department Btore atnraT' msilMia. laeeuerratoU
Mot ;j. *
'f'IIcIrM' J.6IfI"M'' ;' -. s* ..' area ''''k:y' l. NEW WARRANTY >:::1:11.
Jordan a Pndgen < 8TtBg land ttaeU bf rnaJntaJaJng -
Glad Lee CtP., SERVICH STATION Clewiston' 'Federal: t water table lei prevent

aru.r.I nw lot *f aachlaa '- J' -i SAVINGS LOAN.AMTIRoyal's. .. I, aad macklhi*. v '. 'DOES ITCOSTOFLA&O DOES COVER' IS IT TRANSFERINCLiJUE.THR .. j '
Ciddene"Ira pe. .Inc. 'DM'-peompb1et 1* a vaMfe without ? ,," "
-, GMt from the OHKI and EXPENSIVE; ABLE WII N YOU .;
Motor Co
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Zoe ,. 9 j The' Qewiaton- New, 'Phone -.i DI iI4et. P.O. Box 1671 .Palm *? PARTS SELL THE'CAR?, ,

'). RiI!',e' .- -r YEA. Then is absolutely Abeofetelyl) It Coven %*. As long aa the cat ,

BO charge for labor and '. ,major power train compo- has been serviced at teal

;,.; :!' \ .:/. pits.. For' the entire,We ,.tent*-tho engine block enable Interval accordof '
.' G""_' .' the warranty, afaottkl rand ft* Internal parts the IDS to the Plymouth-Val '

lire OfWldfog ,any defect in material or automatic transmission lent Certified Car Care t
,Complete :,.., art\. workmanship occur on the .,and fea tetewl parts, the .*schedules. the warranty ; r

.. ,.. ./ parts oevered by the warranty rear axle. Tbeae are parts can be passed! 011\to the fi.l
; Material i :. : it will not coat you' that would normally eoet new' owner. Think ,what )

one cent to hare this deyou.. plenty, of money to' that will do to the resaJo: i
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Future The Future Farmer Farmer cattle News Judging County Board j r Don't Let Forms ,, >>X You! II

I team won lint place white representing
(, the chapter at the Southwest Inquires Into' ': : I' :
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Florida Fair Thursday I 4, :
team, composed of Nicky Flsk.: Carelessness caust*

Jimmy Dane Joe Ed Effis:: and! Home For AgedRobert I gnat of the Incorrect
Kenny; Davis woo the Judging contort r man" he**

competing with an FFA teams' Byrd representing Alko aches I the Internal One Sto.pService
I at the fair -
I I Revenue Service repom.
I 1 d7. Jimmy and Joe Ed placed Land Development Co.. appeared To belp you .
J la that order and wffl represent before' the Hendry County Board ofCommissionen I I
the dewistoa Chapter at tilt Tuesday at its avoid tax form
Florida State Fair la Tampa oa regular meeting presenting a petition the maters of
February 9. from Allco to vacate the pitted. I Exeedrin, the extrajtrenjlh -
The team received a fold trophy subdivisions of Felda (SW V4 of pain relwvtr -
which 11 oa display at the High N. W. U of See. W. Two, 45 S. i ,ate the four most
School office. Range 29 E.) and Keri NE U of =* ') prevalent errors lISt.

Also at the Southwest Florida SWKandMWKeftheSSKafSee. : eilcraYou$I *"'fY Fair two teen wet sold Jimmy 1. T. 45 S. Rg. Z9 E). Joining' *
t ,.Davis steel sold to PubHx Market Alto in the petition was the Atlantic ore t60q a YeA'"M :\:: ,g ,
and Smitty PoOxOl sold I steer to Coastline. RR. which Is QM. J,
t:'x Corbia Farm and Ranch Supply. only;: ad Joining property owner to DONTT MAKI THSSI wiji MISTAKES! "
Part of the chapter's crop of red the S/D's. Byrd was informed that I I' t'.
i, i' cabbage has been harvested. The vacation of the plat win. be Sadvertiaed. L ,.... to sip yew .... -,* It M I JaW errs. boll :. ...: ,,
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; .. chapter got 17 crates which wen with a date for a public pdIs 'hA' _
k taken to Pioneer Growers In Belle hearing to be set by the Board. at j 2. o.IIdiIc W-a'r... perches W-l ferns V VM bar I'
Glade. The chapter: was paid approximately a later date. wetted at store thai CM phase dMf tike fast year. ,it

S3.00 per crate.and 10 The Reverends Duane 2oQer.> X FarfrtnVc *. *.... cWck sfcnffc mI*.. Mistakes .la l
The cattle Judging team Reeves Dean and Edward Sheffield ...... et saKractUei MtOIIIIIIr. nest errors ea nu forms of J
members win be taken to *
.,1> chapter Printing kindstofW?
{,' the Florida State Fair Saturday appeared before the Board with the HtS eAcUs dada re. ..' ,* r-

,"," by R.; L. Pape. our advisor and I for Rev.the D.Ministerial L Phillips Association as spokesman of 4. Mcflecttac t. check whether 1M an head el ....1aoIci' or .,4":

Bob Adams of Oewisfett IWarCompaD,1. I style. aenoa.. (Difere t rates apply. printing in or quantity. We
I iTjpfHf, requesting the board to Letterpress any size can
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merit refund carefully obaemoff the above tips
meeV.consider, before next :year's budget you .
10 chapter
ing At a the movie February on agriculture engineering -:': is set the possibility; of a County help you set that refund check: more quickly also handle register forma contmuoua forms for
Oewlstoa ; home for the aged-nursing bane'combination .i

a ,;', Motor Company was shown: by : as has been discussed I'I billing machines. If it's printed, We ca* do k for you
Harold Jones with various ministers in the Oew'quested this action: from Harring,100 Vclntgrre to assume his own bond.
,1fi\1 t\:' Reporter. .iston area. As suggested by the:;,: and although responsible for' Notice was given that the Feb. and economically. I ; : : .
Board, vice-chairman H. s. Parkinson ''maintenance on the road it 2th parade, opening the. Hendry quickly .. *> : !fl' :

.1' ', Ladies Of Lake and member Gratton George I(thought this project to be far beyond County Fair and Livestock Show I. ,'i'J t,;!.
will Hm'II a member com a m.alnteoaDce'project.: in Oewiston. will be dedicated! to : '
\, "''', Bowling) LeagueTeam with the Rev. Duane ZoCrr Ia a letter from the State Road an skated County officials, (the parade ; (11 1 r ;. :.. ,

r Won Lost as chairman and Mrs,, W. M. Foote Department, the 3RD notified the to begin at 5 p-m, with the Engravlng't.;: .')' ,;,C;:',,,;:,::.
.. 29 I I'D' appointed by the Association another commtotioners, to participate. .
\. ): Sport Shop M-- 55 board that Bridge Street from /1" ,,( '
,. US Sugar Corp. 49 35 member from the County; to ,Bwy. 80 to Rwy. 29 had been deleted Present. ,at Tuesday's meeting announceroeBleii: invitations
Hare LumberParkinson's .. .....- 47 37 I 1:be appointed the committee to report I I from the present secondary: wen Campbell Nail chairman; We. handle wedding. ... : ,
,'. } .... .. ......_ 40 44 j finding to the Count Board. 'road 'program with the paving of vtee: -chatrman H. S. Parkinson, W. :,I' ) t' Glades Restaurant ... 39 45 I: Road and Bridge Supervisor K. '3.S miles of the Keri Road to take B.'Barron Gratton George and R. personal or business cards or any, .other'type' of engraved

',, Toggfry Shop ..... .n_ 38 48 B. Tbomasaoa in his monthly; report Its .,place., Bids on the Keri project C. NowHof members; clerk Dorothy '. .. "
'ft" ,Wilson Lumber ._.. 34 SO state that, weather permitting' wiD be opened by the SRD on M.dark, County attorney stationery. 'J /: '

i'"'' Old South Bar-B-Q ..-. 34 50.Ft Thompson St. at the LaBelle Feb. 19th at Bariow. Carlos Dickey and road superintendent .. ., "
I schools will be paved by the end Thomasson.
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1adId.1 Annual reports showing receipts "
0 ,
:.4' Game. '
Hick of week and the
next "tearing up" <\ ;\
Cbarlsie' Wilson _.... ......,.170 expenses and net incomes: from -
F.! of the South end of the Ft Denaud the County Tax"Aueeeor, Collec Rubber ; : .: j
Baker 165 Stamps- >
Pat road for reconstruction: will also .'
,. 'Dora Belcher _. .__._ 15r ,begin next week. The Board agreed tor. Judge and Clerk were considered : -, '
and approved,with a Deputy; .1":
.. :::', .. HJ* IndlvUhsal- Series I to and a one bridge month. employees trial of County working; road 44. Sheriff Bond,approved" for Eddie 5-day service given on any,, kind. oftilt; bpi')rr' stamp.
.. .. 450 ,Wayne Hodges and J. E. Beards 'L" r
,. Pat Baker hours a week tan additional 4 '
't: Y PoOy McLendon ., .-._- L I 445'hour Saturday schedule), with ,ley's appraisal of $100. per acre, Signature stamps take ajittle;longer,but can'be secured.
Charlsie wHson __ G7 on Wilson Ward's property for a ; ':'
: members of the to be rotatedfor
crew .- ::: :
SRD borrow pit approved wasBcardsley's f ,
: -lot .
: the Saturday work. Thomasson '" .. ;
1 'Card of 1Ba ks'ft.J suggested Oat this schedule should I bin for the service: at : '
t 4 '
$50. Ward has already given two ';; : :
'; I wish to express my heartfelt relieve minor Job that heretofore: !I borrow pits outright to the SRD. ,\, ; .. ,: ,
1'\g appreciation to an my friends for interrupt major Jobs scheduled out of four needed for South Hen- : :,:. ,
visits. Cowers and es- during the creek )I Ii
their cards
dry County; road program. ft Advertisingoffered -
,peeUlty to Rev. nd.,;*s. Victor i Sheriff Earl Dyees requested the Persons delinquent in paymentsfor ,
:; far their visit to the hoeI. -
rimier Board to Bond a Road department
lots at dewiston's Ridgelawn the Clewiston News. If
aurgesi Your kindness to through
pttaldwricg your
: my employee who might supervise Cemetery were discussed, the you ," ,
wCJ ba '''' .r? 1j'
V never '
and guard County prisoners in t"
; Lyaa Afhsr. :?n Blr.zODSki work crews with the Road auper.Intendant .. Board agreeing to :Jo"notify, them Immediately N ? business requires reaching .the mass. market this is
'" resume payments or .
E'I' 1 ,' : ;'; '
recommending n a \ '
'f ,': the! lots will, r.vert..back.to to the
)" ..,,:. Card: of Thank} : Ford from his personnel. The County your headquarters for a single'advertieement.or a
Board agreed to this request and I
We wiii to CTpresiir sinter I I The regular March meeting of
thanks to. the many friends for will supply/; shoes and uniforms tor I the,Board was set for Thursday continuous campaign. t. ". i. ,
: cards letters flowers and prayers, 12 of the prisoner-work crew. Upon -
L [March .4..with the Commissioners '. ,
fr+ tc' "daring: the ttn'ad: death of a, request from the Sheriff the ( :
:'. [to attend the secondary road fund WAYNE MOttOAN son ef Mr ..,
;;;er" "our fatter. M. L Rogers in Avon Board voted an amount, not to ex efOewiston
Budget Meeting ,1 Bartow 00' and Mrs. W. ,a Mown, Br.
;' I ceed $125, for paint to be used in |
Park I March 12,,between 2 and 3.p>.m. I has keen elected: president Mail "
Albert and Ida Rogers painting the original Jail cellblocks ; ft Bract ServiceThe .
hardware A special meeting of the Board will ef the students at Florida laMMnU ; -",
ChDtren and since
and _I : upon be held to let the secondary road I I 1! ef Medical Technology atMiami. \' -' .
+the report of Dyess that alt prisoners I
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schedule on Felt: ttn ,at 7:30
I IH IIM'AlX.CMt. have been moved to quarter p.m.. at the Courthouse in LaBeBe. I j Morgan Is a gradual ef Clewbton largest circulation in Eastern Hemky County is
vo la the new Jd Addition, as of;A power plant and miscellaneous m.h School Class *f 162.
this past week. I -- We offer direct mail addressing servfor
Hems no longer in use at the Hen- a your
Nine bids were, received on 200 dry County Air (Hades 'Airport iadewtoton I '
tti r E4ERY K\R' I feet of firehose for the LaBeOe \ will be advertised for Monthly Report printed literature. Reach every Home ia Clewiston
Volunteer Fire 'Department, win sale on bids the bids to be openedat From Sheriff
;5 ,19 86tn6i. toe low bid of Bueayne Fire the regular March meeting.
I and rural routes by using our specially'
4 FOR 'nIi Equipment Company. ,Miami, accepted : R. N., Miller appeared "before .The Hendry. County Sheriffs
f .FIRST ; I at W.M a foot "if the pro Department report. that J Including
: the Bard behalf of H. Y, dark,
list. Rates
TIME ,duct meets. with bid specificaJons" .- abwatoe property.owned in North 'those case Made by the Florida mailing gladly given on,request. ,? ;

Ls Mule. who gave r4gbt-of-way Highway Pe4* l and Florid '
In a letter from Virgil Harrington for.JlWJ''I8: and request that the Wildlife Officers,, xtfert were 214
Bureau of Indian Affairs.' U.S. abandoned section of former Hwy. arrest In Headqr; County duringthe ft Pfctures- ,
Department of the Interior.. Bar 78 be assured ,as ,reverting to month of January, IMS, with ., ')
tfE.r. rinfton fefarmed the .Beard that Clark:"Tbe Board declared the an additional cut-of-eounty war K rl
he has recommended to the.Washington road abandoned "and renounced.setting : rants served, fire total nf 2M. Extra prints of pictures taken by the News staff
,.: iFSMftI1 ; D.C. office: that sections a hearing on the matter for The departaaat'dsiinred' 21 ,,' ",!, "

the Indian Reservation road at Big the regular March meeting: menages where puMto .ervk had may be tecured.. Please place orders as soon as possible
: 'W,7HJ1.1 !Cypress Reservation be' rebuilt by Arthur McIntyre night clerk at failed aDd tuned< over 19,001.00

", the Bureeu ittelf. and,wilt advise the. Cfewkton Inn. who requestedan to the Count HM' and Forfeiture after picture is taken 'or apPe'a ';'in paper.:..
the Board of the disposition of Fund. ;..
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e sawn tt 1 matter upon receiving an answer I I Arrests w*'e It AtHowft on i. :, ;"
from" Washington The:Board re firearms,'was granted the request, I r each fort wtkM| and wanton reckless ;; I t1.< ,0 ;JJ. 1';
drvlD! ,.:'IWM.c without II. $ I n1";

cense,. potstsiten. 'of lohoH. beverage Swkscrfptlons- I+ ,it Srr:'
lmpr*par pithorized '''', lanes. .
used a meter V WU, ,A full years subscription to The QewMtoii News is
violation of .......*..... I'UMIftt

:proper stop sign start, iiKjftftr, la-Mrfirlaj mtffiot with, tm-M available for only $,4.00eKeep: up ,wile ail Eie Kap-

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tor, driving oe wfpsf K1 cf fo.4trwpas.lng ptnin.fn the greater ClewUton area by wing

ton MM0I mtOilnii. .Ibsv1'overwldthi .1 kffkpsed adNea.,i t to 1M News on regular' be.k i 'It'I'thtUj";* $4

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OBITUARYJohn "!-, i .ul ,
Public Notice

FOR wile av OU.M (AND Dewey GrahamJohn .
A 6I\II1LI J 7WE STATE OF Dewey Graham, 84, of Seeled kid* will b* received by the
FLORIDA INVESTS IN lOURIST South Bay, died at the Belle Glade K"ndry County Hoptl Authority 'f
at Clrwleton, Florida t 09 P. ,
pDUEt7T1RfEYes.. _'II at : M
r s tospital Tuesday. He was the on TusdaY, the U of Feb., Ise III
iNplscrf father of Mrs Harry P. Johnsonof I CONNER for the following d.eeribed vehlch I J
I 104.98
., Qewistcia, CDMM'Sto' t" which will b. used M an mergen,( y
TAXES vehicle, cad operated by the Hi ndrj J
rt OOR SfllRSl Mr. Graham was a retired machinist FLORIDADEPARTMENT County Hherirr Drpurtraent,
and had lived in South Bay OF ACWCULTl II) New Ml 41)r Station Waa
on full Hie, with wheel
for 15 years He was a member of : b..*.e not leie than III InClh-
the First Baptist Church of South' .., with the fallowing T +

Bay, where funeral services were equipment angina: | cyl.: not lees these

held yesterday morning Officiating A headline in one of our regional Information reports that cattle on Automatic aol hn. Tran.ml.elon
dRJi\IJT were Rev. L. .c. Woolrldge, a for livestock publications caught: feed oa January 1 "could easily Backup LillblelIenfuf I
mer >pastor> and the Rev James battery J
Million head for
my; eye recently. The story was to exceed 8H the 26 Power steering
Fenton, pallor Interment was In the effect that farm incomes have: major feeding states, about 10 Outild mirror, L. H. ,..
R1d& lawn Cemetery, Ctewlston.Survivtaf '
mot. controlWlndehleld
risen much faster in recent years per ernt' more than a year ago" washer with
Mr. Graham
are his than those,of non-farm people /: e electric wiper'
wife, Mrs, Louise
.' Nancy Graham Healer defroster
and Dale An Illinois economist was quotedas Tires, It" sine ,!
a lon Byron Graham of Missouri wants to start a not than
Club Note stating that U.S, Department of I sugar 100x14
County Bay; daughters Mrs.Ann Agriculture show industry. Eleven Counties are planning Split ascend sat, requiredfor
Johnson, CewUton; Mrs. figures average for 1.000 acres to be planted conversion
Br TEKESA STANTON Daphne Morgan Richmond, Va, Incomes of people on farms rose 43 beets. "Amblew. on" conversion Billy Ling with. Jerry Celonna
to According to the
sugar .
kit. Model I or equivalent.
per cent jn the 19JM1 period,
and Mrs Gertie Goodbread, South Missouri ,Department of Agriculture manufactured br the Auto-
Shop win present I
The Toggery whereas for non-farm UM CLEWISTON HIGH
Bay; three brothers, five sisters, people test planting results have alive Convenlon Corpora.lion In The ServiceArmy
a fashion show tomorrow at 12:30 and 11 rise was only IT percent \ 61 Klrmincham Mlchl-
during luncheon at the Country grandchIldren been good enough to obtain a commitment gin, with the following ail IGOLF'SCHEDULE j,
Just what the Illinois
figures Itlonal equipmentInhalator
from -a processing :
Club. Any ladles desiring to attend demand W. Lang 21, ,
economist used to arrive at that oxy Sat Billy
to handle 1963 production.
invited. M. L. Rogers en. Part No, A40IInhalator .
are cordially: Clewlston, at Clewiston.Feb. .
surprising conclusion the 'reportdldn" Missouri Flow. meter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman M.
morning' the girls will M. L. The area has no allotment 23 Fort Pierce Palm '
In the Rogers father of James state But I know 'a lot of part No. Adel.rteiu.eltator Long, 444 W. Sa amore Avenue
Tournament yet but officials hope to get In portablekit ; Beach Clewlston, Belle Glade at
playa Low NetLcrUa Albert Rogers of Clewlston. died in farmers who would take violent eg-
one In the meantime, plantingswill part No. A-604 Clewlston, meets Jerry Colonna, a
Belle Glad,
yIn Avon Park on Tuesday January ceptlon,to that comparison. Automotive Conversion Corporation -
29ULMr. be listed as "experimental. specification and price Hit on theconversion member of the Bob Hope Christmas March Clewlston, Stuart, Forest
week' "Match Play
last For one thing, since 195: there
r kite available at the show which entertainedmore
t e e e are troupe
Against 'Par with Handicaps and Mrs. Rogers and family has been a considerable reduction Hvndrjr General Hospital and will than 8,000 members of the Hill. Fort pierce, at Fort ,
Frances Nail won- the first prize attended the funeral services, in the, farm population and the In the field ot chemicals I not? be furnished to dealers on request Pierce
7th Infantry Division Dec. 24 in
I odes County Hospital Authority ,
March 11 Palm Beach. ,
second which were held in Avon Park that firm 'marketing equipment -
and Golda Green took place onThursday number of farms but total net one reserve the right to waive Korea The show personalities Including
A "Ringer Tournament" hal : January Slst. Income of US farmers has, increased for greenhouse operators to any 1 Informalities: en any bid, to acetpt Vero, Clewlston, at Clewiston.
Lana Turner, Anita Bryant
the bid that In their opinionand March 18 Clewlston, Riviera.
bulletin board give plants a
been posted on moderately. In 1955 total '
PASCIIES heat judgement Is for the beat Janis Paige and Miss Amedee Hill
Forest Palm Beach at ,Palm
of x carbon dioxide. "Atmospheric fertilization InUrtat of the
for the month February net Income of farm operators from County of Hendry) Chabot. Miss USA. 1962. were
11 for the ," they tall it, and dt to reject any or all bids with er Beach. i
A large field expected farming was a little more than 11% ,
Charles Pascher .
36, a native without causaDone : guests at unit dining halls In the Monday, March Conference "
February 22nd Invitational Including and a long-time resident of La- BILLION dollars and in 1959 it was works .for plants and \vegetables by order of said "Bayonett" division. Sergeant .'
for boys and girls will be played
and like bottled helps HENDRT COUNTY HOSPITAL
ladles from Lehiga Acres just i little over 12 BILLION However oxygen
Belle died of a heart attack at AUTHORITY Long is a member ot Company D.. in Fort fierce.
Belle Glade and Clewiston., Dead- his home, in Owens ro. Ky, on in 1953 there were 8,087,000 humans. this 14 of February, U" of the division's 32nd Infantry. He' ,
line for registration was the 14th. February 2nd. farms but in 1959 this numb -,had Also, I 'was told about a new Dan McCarthy entered the army in. March 1961,
Dan McCarthy Chairman .
method of protection against damage Propeller Pumps
In spite << the wind and rain Services were at the James H. dropped to 3,704,000. CM-1)1 received basic training at Fort
75 out of 107 women expected,.attendc Davis Funeral Chapel, with Rev. It's obvious'that if increased Income to perishables If the cooling Feb 14. mi Bennlng, Ga, and arrived over 8 Inches .. 7S Inches

e Sebring 'Invitational onTus Wallace Morris, pastor'' of the is divided among fewer pea system breaks down in a refrigerted"truck. 101 Til FM>HII ('OJUERVAJIICYItI.TRICT seas in September 1962. The sergeant WELL FUMPS
the 12th.' The rain Ud Crabtree Baptist Church officialing. ple the individual average income Should the temperature attended Clewlston High Centrifugal A Turbine
let u time for the girls to play ltal'to rise, thermostatic control :NOTICR 0V LANDOWNERS' Mobile mmpe I" to IV
will be larger But from statisticsI've MEUT1MO School !I
releases which Repairs Installations
liquid nitrogen
nine and have, a .putting contest Interment was in Rose Hill Cemetery been 'able to find there's Not I** Is In ao-
bF''o' Bales A Service
is sprayed the truck contents,
nothing to,indicate such over cordanc with of ,three rnd until his niooenor
Owensboro rate 0'
Boden- N cooling them down quickly Chapter 10477 Law FlorIda Acts ..hall tean.... or appointed and I I ;
Lo. .. MS went to Marge Surviving are his wife and two of gain In farm incomes over non- The Economic Research Service fn 1541F meeting of the owner. of shall have qualified and tor the L & ,F Engineering
ham of Sebring with 38 no legal! children of Owensboro two brothers farm incomes as the figures quoted within South Florida Con.er purpose'lranacting such other
Second low gross ,was a 41 by ; by the Illinois economist.I oi, the, U.:$. Department 'Of Agriculture vancy District will b* held on Tuesday justness a* may some before laidmeeting & Pump Co.
Clyde W of Biloxi Miss; ,Al ,'March: : ,
Oulda McAuley. also of. SebringAhlcne ton' suggests. that incorporating A VL, at the offlce'ofllit.Osaid. District. ? Moore Hived Fla.
G. of LaBelle and six sisters do find, however, that average M. M JeFFORD! .
Epperson ot Water Haven, '. thejYwMNy;: fBfMl may be a wits In the .City' *(;Belle Glade. .. secretary Phone WllltehaU 8-1017
Mrs Elizabeth Keecbt of incomes of those farms "
qewis- working on County of Palm Beach, State of .
: i '$$ I South Florida Conservancy ,
... move c
gained third ptae,.wfc a : Nights Phone
for the of
ton; Mrs. Dorothy Turner, Fort show' a 1(2 per cent gain from f WJet.i his Florida purpose' electing District i.
Low net prize went Iq Roberta Incorporates on. supervisor1 tor Bouts FloridaConservancyDiitrra ON 130 OK)772.. LaBeUe.
l Pierce; Mrs. Annie Howard, 1955 to 1959 whereas the gain for .
? farm operatten.; he can limit debt term of Feb. 14, 81. IMS --.J ',
Hainsworth, Plant City with 34Vi ,, I.
La.; Mrs. Betty Maloy and non-agricultural workers,"'al.only awl UU his'own
liability manage "
Tied at second were Signe Malloy, Mrs'Jean Stewart, both of LaBeUe; 11.3 per cent. But the average income r .. c / ."
Service out / \-q 't
business, the points
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Bartow; Billie King;Winter Haven Mrs. Lulda Hopper of Peoria, La., for farmers still was far less Articles of Incorporation must be 'I... ,,\ 7' :r.. p,. \ ,"
and Lowell Perry, Sebring .
and his father, Charles Pascher, I than that for non-farm employment drawn and filed with: the '
Up proper S
with 37Vi. There were three S'r of LaBelle. nearly 64 per cent less, or authorities. Records must be ,,\ J. "'I ,
I legal
tied for third low net 38ft Vera .
$2.337 16463.
only compared
kept and audited,each year. ,
Whitehurst, Plant City, Grace "
Miller, Lake' Placid. and Mary Hoosier Visitor I e e 11] There may be, tax advantages, d

Jane Touchton, Avon Park Addle Catches Big Baas t note 'one report on the sgrlcul also but the chief value of Incorporation
McGehee was Just a' H stroke I tural outlook that forecasts a sharp is In making possible for

away from bringing home a prize A visitor from the Hosier state, i break In hog prices .this' winter. farm families to share equally in

with a net 39. She shot a very ad- Bud Fichtner, of Morris, Indiana, i Reasoa given is a jump of 7.percent : an estate without dividing or sellIng :
mirable 46. Naomi Stockman was is credited with bringing in the i In the number of pigs laved the farm business By givinghis ijiL1:1I1Ii:

the only Clewistonita to bring homea second largest bass of the season. in the 1962 fall pig crop,which was family shares of stock the % .

price-a lovely golf pin. Those He weighed 'In 9-pounder at up 5 per cent over the: ,previous: farmer can pass on the operation ,
attending front Clew ton were Johnson's Fishing,Camp Saturday year 'I 'Intact 'to a son who wants to stay

Margaret Schmidt,' Naomi Stockman morning He was fishing With Shin Cattle prices, also are .expected on the farm ;

Ad2kGehee.: Ruth'Mott-- ers. to slide this .spring because of an : ,So( ,, If there :develops a big REFRIGERATOR FREEZER
ley, Nell Parkinson (LaBeUe), and Mr and Mrs. Richtner left this estimated 8 to 10 per cent increase growth in the number of farm ? ?

Theresa Stanton. The Sebring ladies week after enjoying Florida, sunshine In slaughter of fed kinds corporations, dont Jump to the

did an admirable job' of reallotlng and fishing since December then; Slaughter weights at that conclusion that farming passing
prizes after having"put 20th They have been coming to time are expected to( run heavier. Into the hands of "big business"and .

many hours, of work Into making Clewlston for several years One western roundup of cattle : absentee ownership. "

up pairings, etc. Several door SWING-OUT SHELVES
prizes were 'awarded but unforui

.. e Clewlston gals'didn't

come it .
In t ty Championship now In For NEW Subscribers '
prO(1art: Arnold won from . j ,; 1

Red S Carl Ferrara from Leroy i,. ",, :i.::.
B..., Pat Morgan beat Earl ()

Morrison and Bill :"She*' lost to '
Jack Redlsh la the cehamplonship 13 Weeks S1.00Use d + A
flight Carl Fee'raa'then won his

match with Earl Arnold In a real ,
close battle shooting a 71 to Bail's ,.

73. Order Form Below .,Ii:
In the first fUgfef, Sid Crochet ._ e
drew a bye Dr: Shupe wen from '

Ed Bill Ronao.Baker ,and Eddie Bill Crosby Prewltt lost beat to SAVE 3k( UNDER SINGLE :: 'ti'is

Cecil Parkinson and Frank Ze- : "

monek Vaughn lost Jr.td' took Jack Dick Mort Baker es. Barry and I COPY PRICE t;, : ,

,Tony Toulis. was beaten by Warren ?,' 1 11tq
.HoweO. ,WarrsSs then hit co t
match with Barry Vaughn won,Jr.,, This offer, Is to encourage now residents of .the CKwteton Area to < ..; Sri'+

In t 50ood flight Ross a*new regular xncdl'subscribers of The Ckwteton News -t-yewr NEWSpaper. ;

drew i,:Bobby Benter won bit Not only does the newspaper give you the news: :, ocHvWes!, ,and ev, _: ,
mate! h Jiso Burluigtaua and In words and pictures, but atoo.;-. !1i

went 'fctct Ross Bpe,,; Wfl- '
lard beMerad-Riek Mat* The Clewiston News ads otfer ocrvlnw many. ,<.taia. tbe regular; suba04 acoat. 1. i.

and Nigel MUfer won from Jimmy Qasslfleda are source ot real vahM e .and. qyntoiiMoii: for seller.oaad $279.40,

Harris. Charlie Wise tfeld defftult.d buyer Our Clewlston store&:regularly ofcr you' 900! merehand1se ,at emB-1" :

to CasB4b d NaiL Ben .Veale parable prices to big.dry Bteree. Read about t Ibsjm.lq; HM News ads. *. "**t" with tradeAvailable

;lost Blair to to CharMc Gee Hough OUphantFA and,. ",Corky;. If you live in this. area, the QewMon News'.te YOUR' ,jfSpoper1.U" .; .,;;.. ..

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Future Farmer News County Board .' ;. : (i "

The Future Firmer cattle Judging X You! \ _
r I Don't Let For 111
team won first place while representing I .
the chapter at the Southwest Inquires Into .." !4'' ,:
Florida Fair Thursday the ;' Y/Iolr': / ':

team, composed of Nicky risk !' Carelessness cause. '" ,' 1/, '
Jimmy Dana Joe Ed Ellis and I
Home For of the "incor.'
Kenny Davis won the Judging eon- Aged most
test competing! with an FFA teams t < rect return" hew-

at the fair Robert Byrd representing Alice- aches, the Internal One
Nicky Jimmy and Joe Ed placed Land Development Co., appeared I Revenue Service re Stop

In that order and will represent before the Hendry County; Board of I ports. To help you
the Clewiston Chapter at the Commissioners Tuesday, at its avoid tax form errors

Florida State Fair In Tampa on regular meeting, presenting a petition the makers of

I February 9. from Allco to vacate the plated Excedrte the extra
I The team received a gold trophy subdivisions of Felda
which Is on display at the High N W % of Sec 38, Two. 43 8, ,cite the four most
School office, .- Range 29 E) and Ken "
Also at the Southwest Florida SW W and NW K of the SE 14 011 prevuleut
:; Service
Y.QI.vpport uttY I IRSlorv6oo
.:' '': 'Fair two steers were sold Jimmy Sec, I, T 43 S Rg. 29 E). !: :' cd by the

,, Davis' iteel sold to Publlx Market Allco In the petition was JOinID"j a yearII" ?*'* '
and Smltty Polhill sold his steer to lantic Coastline. RR which ,j#$ .
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Corbla Farm and Ranch Supply.
only ad Joining property< owner to DONt MAKi THf' ** MKTAKISI
I', Part of thf chapter's crop of red the S/DI Byrd was informed that I I :
cabbage baa been harvested.. The vacation of the plat will be ,advertised I I 1., FsHort to tig* y mr retnn -'K iTi ll |ota* r'im' both 1' :. "

chapter got 17 crates which were with a date for a public I parties amst ..... '""f'l;," '

taken to Pioneer Grower Id Belle hearing to be set by the Board. at 2. OmHttog W-2 'form, Jed** all'W-J lorass If yea hare

Glade. The chapter$3.00 per was crate paid approximately a later date I worked at more thaa one pilot ewan. the pest year, ; .: :;;;; :

,; The cattle Judging team and 10 The 'Reverends Duane Zoller, t 3. Fortcltfatc to HiWe-chedt atmeAs ......ede. Mistakes .In ) \Vi

., ,' chapter members will be taken to Reeves Dean and Edward Sheffield addilloa or subtractioa account for saost errors oa lax forms
the Florida State Fair Saturday appeared before the Board with the IRS officials declare. K" "* Printing of aH kinds- .
by R; L. Pape. our advisor and Rev. D. I. Phillips as spokesman : ;
4. Neglecting to check whether an head of household or
lor the Ministerial Association of yea
':. Bob Adama of Clewiston Motor I
requesting the board to single persoa. (DWereatjates ."., .)
: Company in size
leon.ider. Letterpress printing quantity We
t At the February 10 chapter meeting I' before next year's budget If you merit a refund carefully,observing the above tip* will' any ....... .{ .. ,y. .. can
.': a movie on agriculture ellllA -I is set the possibility of a County help you gel that refund check more quick!)! also handle register forms continuous forms for
Deem, was shown by Clewiston_ home for the aged-nursing home *
combination has been --- ..AA *
;", Motor, CompanyHarold with various ministers as in the discussed Clewiaton I --- billing machines. If it's printed, we can do it for
;;, Jones -;quested this action from Harrinton ,- Wclntyre to assume I his own boni you
A Reporter. area As suggested by the :( and although responsible for Notice ,was given that the Feb .
I i Board, vice-chairman: H & Parkinson :maintenance on the road, It 23th parade opening the Hendry quickly economically.. .'" :,.; :\\4f .

Ladies Of Lake and member Crattoo George thought this project to be far beyond County Fair and Livestock Show '..'. -y ."..r..,1;.' "
I will serve on a 5-tnember committee a maintenance project. la Clewiston will be dedicated to J. (.j 'J,
Bowling League ,.with the Re.,. Duane Zolleras '
I In all elected County officials he para '
letter from the State Road

,:'l ; Sport Team Shop .- ..,......Won 55 Lost 29US I|appointed chairman$ by and the Mrs Association W. M. Foote another I Department, the SRD notified the commissioners.t to begin at to S pm. with the X Eng'raving- :. C: \ ::; '
Board" participate .
that Bridge Street from j, ) "
I. Sugar Corp. ..-49 39 member from the County to ;';
Present at Tuesday's meeting '
Hare Lumber .. ........ 47 37 be appointed the committee to report Hwy. 80 to Hwy. 29 had been deleted We handle announcementsinvitations A ** \ '
J I chairman wedding
Parkinson's. .. .......- 40 44 findings to the Count Board. from the present secondary were' Campbell Kail : ,
road vice-chairman: H S. Parkinson, W '
program, with the paving of '
Glades R.stauran39 43Toggery I Road and Bridge Supervisor E. U miles of the Keri Road to take B. Barroai Gratton George and R.C. personal business cards bthemype of
or or '
Shop ..... ..... .. 38 48 R. 'Thomasson In his, any ; enA -
Wilson Lumber-. .-... 34 S 9 state that, weather monthly report its' ,place. Bids on the Keri project Nowlin' .,. members, clerk Dorothy '* ,; <2KL;.,,.. ,, ir.., r. ,
permitting! M. dark, County attorne, *;'
..... wfll be opened by the SRD on graved stationery. '
Old South Bar-B-Q 34 50 1 Ft. **' '* '
Thompson St.. at the LaBelle Feb: 19th at Bartow i Carlo! Dickey and road superintendent : < : *,
I schools will ,be paved by the'end Thomasson
Hlfh Individual Game of next week and the Annual reports showing receipts I .% .dr, ," '"I'U:
"tearing up"of ; "
Charhle Wilson .: _'170 expenses and net Incomes from ;" l' '"" .... : \ '
-- -- the South end : ;" &
of ,
Pat Baker .__ __.....:.. 165 road for the Ft Denaud the County; Tax Assessor, CoHecJtor. I Rubber ''I.\t.. \} ,,'\ 1 ,
reconstruction '
',Dora Belcher ...o..o.----w.. 153 begin next week The Board will agreed also] .Judge and Clerk were considered Stamps--> > : }fI'"I

I to and approved. with a Deputy; ,. 'I ,
I a one month:trial of County road ,
ti / .* High Individual Series f'and bridge employees working Sheriff Bond approved for Eddie 5-day service given on anykindoftrubber z f stamp.
.J. Pat Baker ._ _."' _4SO Wayne Hodges and J. E. Beard .
hours *
r.. Polly McLendon .._..___. a week (an additional 'I ley's appraisal of $100. per acre, "Si* 0V" rv'

: i, Charlsle Wilson ...-.. ._.._ UlS hour Saturday schedule), on Wilson 'Wards property for a Signature stamps take a .little Jonger 1 but:) can'be. se
members of the crew to be rotated ,' ,
I Ii SRD borrow 7', 1>1 i 1 ;
for the pit approved,-as was ;
Saturday work.
:Card of Thanks .i suggested that this Schedule Thomasson should Beardsley's bill for the service, at cured. ''.:\ ', ,.... .. ... '

I '\ I wish to express my heartfelt'relieve minor Jobs that heretofore $50 Ward has already given ,two : I "," .

;,..r. appreciation to an my friends for Interrupt major Jobs scheduled borrow pits outright" to the SRD

l.' their cards,.visits flowers and especially during 'Jie ..reek. out of four neederi for South Hen- -

.. to Revi and,.e-s. Victor: Sheriff Earl Dyees requested the dry County road irogram. "* Advertisingoffered >

Turner for their visit Jto the hospital Board to Bond a Road department I, persons delinquent in payments ,
during my surgery": Your kindness for lots, at dewistw's Ridgelawn :
I win nve* bs fj"3>tteru 'employee and guard who County might. prisoners supervise in Cemetery were Giscussed. the j to you through the, Clew, &toh New If your

Lynn Aftertcra!: BIsrzonski I Board agreeing to'notlfy them immediately SCW **
'work crews, with the Road E superintendent to resume. payments or business requires reaching:the ,mass market this is
recommending r n a 1 .
I '. 'Card of Thanks Ford ithe lots will revert, back to ,the
from his personnel The I I I '
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We wish tl), express "ur siacer Board agreed to this request and I County. your headquarters for a single l advertisement or a

thanks to the many friends for'will supply shoes'and uniforms tor The regular March meeting of : '

';", cards,"letters, flowers and prayers 12 of the prisoner-work crew. Upon I the Board was set for Thursday, ; continuous campaign., <"> ', .1* ;,> $ .!: ., .
March 1*.. with the Commissioners ,
during the illness and death of a request from the Sheriff the ) ,
r ,*our father, M L, Rogers, in Avon Board voted an amount not to ex- to attend the secondary road fund WAYNE MORGAN son of Mr ,. ,.I-i''k"' ;: ; 1 J : ;
\ .',' iPark. jceed 9123, for paint to be used in Budget Meeting ,in Bartow ,on.'and Mrs. W. O. Mort.n, Sr. of / ,i" fr.I.""
', Albert and'Ida Rogers painting the original Jail cell I March 12.,between 2 and 3: p-rrui t Clewiston ua'beta l elected pres Servke- : ;
and Children block and hardware since upon A special meeting of toe Board will'be 'Ont! ef the students st Florida InttHule "* Direct Mail .. r't. ,'.

---I[the report of Dyesi that all prisoneri held ,to set the secondary road I ef MedIcal Technolory aMiami. : ."-'
have been moved to schedule on Feb., 30th at '730pm '

j ters in the new.Jail Addition,quar as of* ., at the Courthouse in LaBelle.A / Marian Is a graduate of Clewls The largest. circulation. in Eastern Hendry County,is

this past ..week.i ; power'_plant I and,miscellaneous to* Bifh School aass of 1962. __ ')I, .
i .items no longer In use at the Hen- .J' We offer mail
Nine bids addressing service for
a direct
were received, on 200 your
dry County,Ate Hades Airport in
EVERY' feet of flrahose for the LaBelle dewiston\ will be advertised for Monthly port ,
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Volunteer Fire literature. Reach Home
printed ia Clewiston
'15 & I Department with sale oa bids the bids to be opened From Sheriff every >
the low bid
of Bboayne Fire ,
at the regular March meeting. :'
, 1 FOR \ Equipment Company. Miami accepted and rural routes by prepared
I FIRST at$2.32 a foot ,"if the R N,. Miller, appeared before The Hendry County Sheriff using our specially
pro I .
TIME duct meets with .bid the Board*in behalf of H. Y. Clark Department reperts. that, including ,
Jons" specifics: -* absentee property. owner in North those cases made by the Florida mailing list. Rates gladly given on,request.J /
LapeBe who gave rIhtofw.ylor Highway Patrol and Florid t .*: : ;'
::' : WJ"r
la a letter from Virgil Harring Hwy.:78 and requests that the Wildlife Offieem,. .there were 2it *K :
ton, Bureau of Indian Affairs, U.S. abandoned section of termer Hwy.: arrests In HMsAigr County duiin, ( -r > :V)': '.
Department, of the Interior. Harrington 78 be assured H.reverting to the month of tawary, 1983 with 1: ctures-
Informed the Board that dark .The Board declared the an additional U out-ot-county; warrants ,
he has recommended to the,Wash road 'abandoned and renounced served for a total of 224. Extra '
1 1I ington.: Da office that sectionof. setting a hearing on the matter for The departMent delivered 23 prints of.,pictures taken:' .by the I News staff

the Indian Reservation road at Big the regular. March: meeting. messages where public service had be

I II the Cypress Bureau Reservation itself be rebuilt by Arthur Hclntyre, night clerk at failed, and famed over $5,001.10 may secured. Please place orders as soon.as' possible
and win
I advise
to the 1i and
eMA_' Jl.oaCA" ,$01 the Board of the disposition of the the dewiston Inn. who requested County Forfeiture after picture is taken or in
Fund. < appears paper.
jf a
I ITlIR'' CQIOIMI' i II I matter upon receiving an answer an extension. of a license to carrylIre.rm. .
from Washington. The Board re Arrests we** as foBowt: one
_____ was grantxl the request.f ,
I : each fort wildjl ad wanton reckless : \.: :*>- '
I : I drivinggifting, without li. '
cense possess**! of alcoholic beverage. SybscriptionsA : :::..

.' ImpntgH, passing, 'unauthorized "
11I II use at, a'motor vehicle *
\ ; 'full year's subscription The Clewiston News is
I violation of ;restriction: running, .,._ to
stop sign! iragfefwr, muffler. Improper '
; I It II ffMjU l ** *"' start,1 Werferlng with anfflcr. available for only $4.00.Keep uf>.w44i aMU.:'happeningsln -
RESEARCH PROGRAM-11'l ) destroy b< county; proper'

I 0fP UfiUjMU U y, cWving oa Wfong &* of road, # 1 the greater, Clewiston araa by- dbecribing
trespassing, opffileis, cheek j "

t ViBBIEDUCATION speed too g pl for conditions: to The. ,News on a:regular basls/I;qi logout $4
overwidth-<.#ach: for: bare assault
\ carrying 1 aamaalcd.,weapon, : '' bargain you can find. : :" "
overKncth. ImfN er tag beating .> <+* "" : 'h

i board, bid, faOar* to' 'appear, on : ,j. ::'":"

1 summons overvfMb; three each ; ,; ., ile :
, for: 'impropT driMr's license, allowing > '

unauthorised- person to Cali on IM today for any ofTk 'l '

drive profanity; :fjtfim tp have'vehicle ., 1 < .
'. ... 10 :/' oJ"t"" / +" '" "',
under coajM dejpelvfag mlnchlldren .: rl' "1',1''' '. ',; : $" :: +" Jt). "
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01' of t JHiHiea and raiment ,.1ft'! ";" ::1/ :: JJ ,. ,,rIJ..Aq;, It: f"-':': '

; four eat* ttf: hunUnrwUh- : \, .." ..0$" I ,:r' JiJtt:: : : '0
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permit no thf; six each driving ). iWJtt"'iifi )r
while IntMdasAd seven for: : :: : :r >

contributing t4lfaquiacy of a ','I I: .' ,;. ", f't.'t/Io

minor; eight fcci disorderly conduct .,\< : .:;'
: ; 16 each for: public drunk "

assault and battery. : 80 for: apeed. ._ f. .
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i During the. part 25 .year*, yeur' Ames have. .fa*,' arthritis. end' polio l! $73,400,000 for aacUntHU .YU 31311'J.: .. 'j:'.., t '1\' .. ii. ;rI.
BnaiKd three-petal. light ag imt crlppttnfbiMMrtched research BfaaraM whWi has prefaced, '., .. ,. .'... ...' ,". ,:,-<,,.i( A, .. CIo t'I'' $..,..,
sty' .ny ether, voluntary .MafehrtanbaKon. among ether atwmptkhraentt, (we swU* 'vet.- / ,' ': .L'- .. ., ." ",,1...;"'">, ,';'h, 'I')'
Vmtt" 19M, The Notional. torn.4oti ., H tINt and twe N b l Prise*) and $M,000,000i .
I '.MaKh ef Dfn M'has spent $34,300,090 for DfefeMlenal 1 advcatliM I* train vitally ..

!. hrinfl the ttMt 'M"M* medical .er. te more-, MOcIecI worker* for the .health. s>.............
then nthrd! .! mitten victims ef I birth! II.>, Mn the Maith,ef MOM* M Jamtary.,,



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,r 'TsY Public Notice
A 61"111.I 1 INVESTS'tH1 $STM"IN TOURISTifftECEWtl ORf.WIDA Dewey Graham 64, of Mealed FfOTK'H bid. ,,11b.TO.BlDDKRSl received' by thrllmdry
South Bay, died at the Belle Glad County Hocpital Au'horlty
"l,IJ, !SwtpiUl Tu ut Cliwleten Florid. ..( I'00 I'M
*day He
.0.I was the nn Ttieaday, the 1of Fb IYCN( 1
".98 WVo father of Mrs. Harry P, Johnsonof I DOYLE CONNERCOMMISSIONSIt for the following dcrlbt d l vohlrl I I ,
: ', Oewiston which will b. u.,d u an ..mereeulv.hlcla "
g VtSITORSI'County and operated by the H"lIdl'
Mr. Graham was a retired machinist FLORIDADEPARTMENT County Bherlfr Department
and had lived In South Bay. OF AGRlcUI.TU (1) New IMS /Dr, Btatlnn Wait. Y Yen.
for 13 .. full Hi., with wheel I
years He was a member of' .
b.* Mot Jess than IIS Inch .
the First Baptist Church of South I' .a, with th. following li
Bay where funeral services equipment: is} tw
were Knejlne. a cyl not teas than .
held yesterday morning Officiating see t.p.Automntld.
tREET were Rev. 1,, X. Woolrldge. a former A headline in one of our regional { Information reports that cattle on Tranamlaalon y 1
livestock publications caughtmy feed on January 1 'could easily Backup LlehliHeavyDuty
pastor and the
Rev. James
'1i/6MA Fentoo pastor. Interment In eye recently. The story was to exceed 14 million head for the 26 Power aleerlns battery; I
RIdgelawn was the effect that farm Incomes have major feeding states, about 10 Out.ld. "mirror U H* re- \ I'f '
t. Cemetery, Ctewlston.Surviving .
risen much faster in recent years per cent ire,than a year ao." mot eontrelWindshield I f
f Mr. Graham are his than washer withleetrlo i
wife. Mrs, Nancy Louise Graham those of non-fum people "'VftMissouri : wlpere I

and a son, Dale Byron Graham of An Illinois economist was quoted 'wants to start a lira Hinter, not* defroater less sham .!*.
CJub Noses South Bay; three daughters Mrs. as stating that U.S. Department of sugarIndustry ioo u
,,Eleven counties are planning
Agriculture figures Split second teat, required
Ann Johnson : : show ItveraeIDcomea
dewlston Mrs.
; for l.OW'aeres to be'plantedto for conversion"Ambl.wafen"
By TERESA STANTONThe Daphne Morgan, Richmond Va., of people on farms rose 43 beets : eonvereloakit. Billy lenc will Jerry Cebona
According the
and Mrs. Gertie per cent Jn the 191341 period, sugar Model S, .t equivalent,
Toggery Shop wffl present Coodbread South Missouri ,Department of Agriculture manufactured! bjr the Auto-
whereas for non-farm CLEWISTON HIGH '
fashion show tomorrow at 12:30: Bay three brothers five sisters, people the test,: planting results have lire. Coavenloa Corporalion In The Service I'
I rise IT cent df
and 11 was only per Birmingham MJohlan. -
grandchildren. !
during luncheon at the Country been good enough to obtain a commitment with the following ad-, I GOLFSCHEDULE ;
what figures the Illinois from'a dltlonal equlpm.athInhalator !
ladies desiring to attend processing concern
dub. Any economist demand Billy w. 21, Feb. 18-Setcrest, Lake Worth.
cordially invited. M. L. Rogers used to arrive at that to'handle 1963 production. oijren Army Sgt Long, \
are t Part No. AIOI.Ilihal.lor"1 ,
QewUton. at Clewl on. ;
In the morning the girls will M. L. Rogers father of James surprising state conclusion But I know the a''reportdidn't lot' of The Missouri(area has no allot- part No A-JOt Flow. ,meter' son of Mr. and Mrs, Herman M. Feb. 25 Fort Pierce.' Palm ,-of. ;1 I

play a Low Net-Low Putts Tournament Albert Rogers of Clewlston died In farmers who would take violent exception meat yet but officials hope to get \ ,', Mmiweltator In portablekit Long, 444 W Satjamor .Avenue Beach, dewiston Belle Glade,.,at''lbw'.:I
Avon Park one. In the meantime, plantingswill part No A-I04. Clewlston. meets Jerry Colonna. a
/ on Tuesday, January to tha f Comparison Autematlve Conversion Corporation Belle Glade (
In last week's "Match' Play 2rth.$ For one thing, sine 1953 'there be'listed as "experimental"; pwlrlcatlone and price Hate on the member of the Bob Hope Christmas March 4-C1ewllton. Stuart. Forest i

Against Par with Handicaps" Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and family has been a considerable reduction e a. converilon Headry Qnral kite are Hoapltal.available and at will the show troupe which entertainedmore Hill. Fort Fierce at Fort. ,

Frances Nail wow the first prize attended the funeral services, In the. farm population and the In the field of chemicals. I note be furnished to dealer on requeat.ue .. than 8,000 members of the Pierce. \ I
and Golda Green'took second place which were held In Avon Park on number of fauns but total' net that one firm li .marketing equipment >n lry County Hospital Authority 7th Infantry Division Dec. :24 in March 11-Palm Beach, Stuart,:

A "Ringer Tournament" ,has Thursday! January 31st. Income of VS. farmers has Increased for greenhouse operators to 1 Informalltle reserve the on any right bid to to waiveany accept Korea The show personalities, including Vero, Oewiiton. at Clewlston." f., ''
been posted on the bulletin board moderately. In 1953! total l give their plants a "booster" of the bid that In their opiniona Lana Turner. Anita Bryant March 18 Clewlston RivierA
\ CHARLES beat Judfement I* rOt the bat Janls Paige and Miss Amedc Palm Beach at Palm
Forest ,
for the month of February PASCHEI. JR. net Income of farm operators from carbon dioxide: "Atmospheric fen Intereit of the County of Hendryi HID.
A large field expected for theFebrua1'1 Charles farming was little than 11% tilizationthey tall it, and lit to reject any or all bide with or Chabot, Miss USA. 1962 were Beach. t,
Pascher, 36, native I .. .
a .
without c." guests at unit dining halls in theBayonett" March 25-ConIereDce.' '
22nd Invitational includ- for Monday, ,
and a long-time resident of La- BILLION dollars and In 1959 It was works ; plants and vegetables e Don by ord..r of Mid I
log ladles from ,Lehlgh Acres and Belle, died of Just little over 12 BILLION. However like bottled oxygen helps HENDRY COUNT HOSPITAL division. Sergeant for boys and girl will be played t; '
a heart attack
at ; '"
Long is member of D
a Company ;
Belle Glade and Cl wiatOD. Deadline his home in 1955 there 5,067,000 humans. ,, this AUTHORITY in Fort Pierce ::lff*,. '
In Owensboro, Ky., on were 14,of February ..$. of the division's S2nd Infantry Reentered ,1'I
registration, wu the Mth.' February 2nd. farms but in 1959 this numberjiad Also I was told about a new Dan'McCarthy, .
In spite o f the wind and rain Services were at the James H. dropped to 3,704,000 I' method of protection: against damage CItsalFeb Pan McCarthy. Chairman received the basic army training In March at 1961 Fort, Propeller Pumps ',; '..::

75 out of 107 women expected, at- Davis Funeral 'Chapel, with Re*. It's obvious that if Increased'Income to perishables if the cooling 14, lilt Benning, Ga., and arrived overseas I'I I inches t* IS Indies ,
tendr e Sebring Invitational on system breaks 'down In a refrtger I
Wallace- WELL FtJMFS
Morris Is
of divided fewer
pastor the among people OITH FLORIDA rOIIERVANCYDlltTalCT in September, 1962. The sergeant '
did ated'truck. '
12th. The rain Should the
Tus Crabtree Baptist Church officiating. the individual average income temperaturestart attended Clewlston Centrifugal Turbine
let u Ume for the girls to play' will be, larger, But from statistics to rise, thermostatlc con- NOTICB OK LANUOWMBRVNotlfc School. Mobile Fame ." to SI" t. ,
ulna.and. have, a putting contest trol releases liquid nitrogen which sas.TLSO I Repairs InsUHatlons "
Interment was In Rose Hill Cem- I've been able to find there'snothing la hereby glen' that In accordance .
I ILo. eteryv.Owensboro. to Indicate any ,such rate Is sprayed over the truck contents, with the provisions at! three year*, and until his aucreaaorihall Sale A Berrle
MS went to Marge Boden-I Surviving ''are his wife and two of gain In farm Incomes over non- cooling them down quickly. Chapter 10477. Law t of Florida: Act he elected or appointed and I L & F Engineering ,. '
meeting of the owner. et ,
with ) The Economic Research fnU.f. hell have qualified, and for the
31 lest
ham of Sebring no Service: .
children, of Owensboro; two brothers farm incomes u'the figures quoted I South Florida Connervasey purpose ef tranaactlnff such other
Second low gross was a 41 by, Clyde W of Bllojci Miss.; :A1ton' by the Illinois economist.I ot the U.S. Department of Agriculture ,' District will be held on T u..- business aa may. come before, said & Pump Cc. :
that day March is. 1MI, at ItOO: o'clock \
Ouida McAuley also'of ,Sebring. .uaeMt incorporatingthe '
G. of LaBalle, and six listen do find however, that average A. his at the office,of the mid Dis meetint.11.M..JRFPORD Moore Haven Fla. t '
Ahlene Eppefeoo at Wlfttsr Haven! Mrs. Elizabeth Keectt. of ; flw5y t Aim i' may be a. wise trictIn the .City .of Belle Hade" Secretary Plies WHltehaOMt7 .Ir,
of those farms .
qewistonr } wwMag on
gained third pMCwl1st a 42. : Mrs. Dorothy 'Fort movej," ,y i Vjjp County of Palm Bach, State of South,Florida Conservancy Nights Fnaae \ '4OB : '. ,
Turner show a 1&3 per cent gain from his Florida, for the purpoeerof electing District 1
be Roberta When tenner incorporates !
Low net'prize'wesst' ; Pierce; Mrs. Annie Howard 1955 to 1959. whereas the one cupervleoC for Oouth Floridaonuervancy CN S8 ., 5-377J, LaBeUe. '\
gain for '
Hainswortb, Plant City with S4Vi. Houma, La.; Mrs. Betty Maloy and non-agricultural workers was,only farm operattea. he' can limit debt ; Dlilrlot, for a term of Feb. 14., |1:..1BII ___ ;ft ,
Tied kt second were Sngne MaUoy,I lIabWtr'IHMI vUU manage his1 w "
Mn. Jean Stewart, both of LaBelle; 11.3'pet cent. But the average Income -I ..
busineUthe'servlce J' ,/ \ :
Bartow BUlle KI.n /'WIDter Haven : points out.
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Mrs. Lulda .
Hopper of Peoria La., for farmers still,was far less ... "" .. A ; ,
Articles of incorporation must bdra'wn / .
and }Lowell, ferry, Sebring, and his : .. "
father Charles Paseher than. that for non-farm'' employ :
with 37H. There were also three Sr. of LaBelle. up and filed with the proper 1:1: ; J. tjs ': .
tied for third low''' net MViJ Vera ment -* nearly 64 per cent less; or I legal authorities. Records must be 1" .

Whltehurst. Plant City Grace only 12,337, compared with 16,463. i it kept And uWed each year._ '.., :

Miller Lake' Placid, and Mary Hoosier ,Visitor S ., There may' be tax advantages, J

Jane Touchton, Avon Park. Addle Catches Big Bass I note one report on' the agricultural also but the chief value of Incorporation
McGehee was Just a H stroke outlook that forecasts a sharp Is in making it possible for
away from bringing home a prize A visitor from the Hosier state break in hog prices ,this winter farm families to share equally In

with a net 39. She shot a very admirable Bud Fichtner, of Morris Indiana Reason given is a Jump of 7, per an estate without dividing or sen-
46. Naomi Stockman was la credited with bringing in the cent in the number of pigs saved log the farm business .By giving e 1 '\\1.
the only Clewlstonite to bring homea second largest bass of the season. In the 1962 fall pig crop which was his family shares of stock the 1 S 1

prize-a_lovely golf pin. Those He weighed In a ft-pounder at up S per cent ,ovef the ,previous farmer can pass on the operation
attending from Clewlston were Johnson's Fishing Camp Saturday year. Intact to a son who wants to stayon
Margaret Schmidt' Naomi Stockman morning. He was'fishing with. shin-. Cattle prices, also, are expected the farm.
Addle McGehee Ruth' Mot era to slide this ,spring because of an ,SI>. if thergt develops a big I I FREEZER 1 1
icy Nell Parkinson (LaBelle), and Mr, and Mrs. Rlchtner left this estimated I to 10 per cent Increase growth' in the number of farm REFRIGERATOR ? ? ". ,II I I'f
Theresa Stanton The Sebring Indies week after enjoying Florida sunshine in slaughter of fed kinds corporations, dont jump to the' I

did an admirable Job of re- and fishing since December20th. then Slaughter weights at that conclusion'! that farming is passim

allotlng prizes after having put They have been coming to time are expected to run heavier Into' the hands of'blg business".

many hours of work Into making Clewlston for several years. One western roundup of cattle a n4 absentee ownership 4,

up pairings, etc: Several door IftfrI'iFJI1iiWi4I'

prizes were' awarded but,, unfor ,
we, w Clewlston gals'dldn'l

come If .
hit Cfiamplatuhlp now in ,
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prOI1'Earl Arnold won from i'. 'f
Red S Carl Ferrara from Leroy ; :

IU... Pt Morgan beat Earl E ,; .:, 'fI'

Morrison and BUI SUM* lost to d
Jack Redkh in the odumftonft 13 Weeks S1.00Use I'!'

flight Carl :Terrace flan won his -
match with Fled Arnold In a real i -
close battle shooting a 71 to Barl's t' ;.
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Dr.' SeMpe_wen from .
BillwBaker aad BiD Prewitt bestEd SAVE 30c UNDER SINGLE ,
Ronan. Eddie Crorty lost to ,1
Cecil ParkMan and Frank Ze- '
monet lost to Ja<* Martinez. Harry '
Vaughn Jr.took Dick: Hake and I ( ., :.."
Tony TbuUa was beaten by Warren r
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Howefl. Warner, then won his (
match wink Hanjr Vaugaa Jr., This offer, lab, encourage new1 resktenls{ ol the ,Qswieten' Area to fee iw 1' I

drewt Mw4 ..gM Boas Bg ew regular] nail subscribers of The Gewieton News your NEWSpaper.. .

;,:Bobber( Earner won his Not only ,does the newspaper give you the',,news, aetrvMes and .veMa; '

maid Ja.Ms BurUnghara and in words and pictures, but also.;- ;' Oe ,
went 'I tot tee. !:pew.- WI- .
lard .bets.....d,Rick ..... The Qewiston News ads Ser( satlnes many ;tints &e. regular sub ;, '

and Nigei Mttatr won from Jtmaay cost Oasclftedfl are sources of reed values end oppwsuniU- for eel, ,* $279.40 I'

Harris. Cbartls) Wteswfdd... buyer. Our qm ton stores',ra ularly osier, 'you'good merchandise or? ;.;, 9

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Pruga Six THE' LEWL5TON NltW9 c1ewirtona. FbrWa to
,"ale s \ i cteer r Featured On State FFA Magazine :] cane 111":7": ;h '
;": 'I Project .. nralect toad tM '' .
Collision rkurltaral by the e cwLrr
Waterway Train Truck every -'
Group the ; f-.4 :,
feature ;
One project of thee lisped project.The other :h--ih- can project the Picturcs used
Farmers chap The cover how* Farrnef with two mbetJ. '- ;iijQl'' $ d by The C1e 1..
Kills Three At Ortona I 'larger DM 1* of Future ofFthee
Sets Labor I, acted statewide atteflrganization Rldgdlll. cane project The story tine fwd p"( ,.;)\\U1y
Day I Una and the Tommy keeping. la also told in the magazine ana 'l eature story OD the
I record-
at atnin9pkt1.
*<, Three' men from Indian River where It slipped into a ditch. the Florida Fu- chairman busy Important part of two addJUonal photogrlpht .irjj:| ,

Boatacade Date County were killed instantly Saturday Vance Starter, who live newt the e ag'zife, Just pub which la an / ', : : ; : tI'
evening when their truck crossing was a witness to. the -..cidenL

an International Scout, was struck The sheriff geld Starter *
", The annual boatacade to be by a freight train at the ACL crossing aid the train sounded Its whistle ] -ir 1
:sponsored by the Okeechobee Waterway on State Road 78 at Ortona as it approached the crossing and JC;
Association will be a two in Glades County. I that the truck traveling about SO

day affair, over the Labor Day 'Dead are Gerald F. Jones 2> of mile per hour did not slow its T RIT FOR
"w ,
weekend each year, and will start Vero Beach operator of a fertilizer speed "j :1i'
from Fort Uyen and Stuart oa at The train engineer Douglas I* i1\.rl: \
spreader service an employee ., iIr', m
directors Herbert J TlndaU.' 32, also of Taylor of Lakeland, said be did I Ic
not see the vehicle until the moment I !
Vero Beach and Steve Hunter 47, ,
day night of Fellcmere of) Impact The train wa / .
',.,This ,elr'* boataeade will begin The road' on which the accident traveling at an estimated 40 mile ,

r" with a .kick-off dinner Aug. 80, occurred is north of the Caloosahatchee. pet hour. r ( I
''In Fort Myen. The first luch event River and la not the main Patticon ambulance brought the
& held lat November and ; .
East-WeqX highway In this area. bodies to dewlston.
4 "1 a'ed from Stuart; with an overnight The crossing' i* not protected with Assisting In Investigation of

top at ClewUton. The 1963 voyage automatic. signals a* i* the erasing the accident were member of the
!' will end at Stuart with a banquet sheriffs of Glade
.on Highway M, department,
<'f.tIf' there. The' truck was traveling west County and the Florida Highway
'This year.'* boatacade win top when It collided with the Diesel PatroLFULL.ER'SJOlI.IES
t", overnight at Belle Glade and future !
engine! pulling eight car loaded
:'('; stops will alternate between Belle with stump wood said Sheriff R. ;: rt

', ? Glade and ClewUton, director de D. Lundy of Glade County It was
1\ ,
cidedDirector northbound The train ,struck the =
meeting* else will
k left side of the truck and dragged By At. FULLER
t rvtate the lea clUes
.j among
It about SO feet along! the track
whose Chamber of Commerce -- 1 London: Dr. Douglas Hendry reported
rapport be association with Beverage Dept. after studying hundred of
the next netting to be at Okee- patient that a tablespoon of _blat '

..roelt.ebee March 12. Warns Clubs three time dally! would improve VALUES ;!
I Present for the Moore Haven State Beverage Director Richard circulation and help eliminate : BUY IT FOR ", I
; ;
meeting were association presi- B. Heating has issued a item corn. ,
dent Paul G. Franklin Fort My- this what > w
warning to club licensee that the I* they call CORN
en; executive: director Howard many beverage law violation 'reported whisky. .: '.het. put an Oldsmobile Dynamic 88 on the road and New style to delight you! Rocket angora.i4,t cM. you I

Banta, and Mr. Banta of Fort to this department must. be .e. ':, "..,;w.teh it win you overt Graceful lines .' elegant &tlSB/*. 1f
Myers; vice president Jack '1'r1'1 stopped. There are time*'wfesQ a man .-tmenb full-e1ze Z'AfLlJ
.. QC;).:.. _
ClewUtoo n1'f1f.1' )
; vice president CharlesKindnred should comfort..1rh.p.t .
t The director! referred to increasing keep h Ida tap abut, .j V.a ; "
; Stuart treasurer report! that way club are At Nogfe. ArtM' rate woecalled performance. '\1"' :
yl\ Chattel Goodtett. Belle Glade; C telling and serving drink to the to help a ,reeMee*..who set. Byaunle 88 i I. Oldamoblle' lowect-prieed full-die OLD S lVI'IJ f'J : fcz

.a P. Gaulding. LaBelle; Avery Bass general public in violation. of the out a trap tot r den>... : < m:"' '( smartest bU11 in the medium- rlce field! "Eat"' lxaL.;> ., I
j Belle Glade r.
; McQulgg. Stuart Hi trap bad cu. ,a 'sfawk. 7' 1.
r.. ; and Bob Beardsley dewlston law.Last May 'the attorney generalruled see. { Eira" OUXMOBHEI "?' '
> Thut'S "Something about owning M + #/
President Franklin ] :
reported ant that bourn fide guest of a Stewardess. Sandra Redd ef HI \
eight mge waterway brochliire 1* club member could] be served alcoholic Paso, Test recently eapeeieeeeti j !.. = : ;
at the printers and should be ready ': ,- ---- SH TOW LOCAL AUTHORCCtD OIOSMOSOI QUALITY MAIM,--- ---- q
beverage under a'' club license. a veey'WUIervtac ftIIItt .
t for release to the various Chamber Prior to thl* ruling! the Bev- While going about her dwtie ,
of Commerce within 10 day crags Department had limited aboard the Jet liner, the. ttifered '
Moore Haven is to have the brochure service to member and guests of two men a drink. "r\iChuck" :
f la time for distribution during Wells Motor
member who were non-residents The "men" were:wax copUs of CompanyW.
> the. chain.Nltka festival.DInokn of the county, two bmoug'peraenaks' on their

approved Banta', It has been brought to mj attention I way to a wax museum' In A IIoJl4,.
ragreetlM for a monthly also'. Ill bet her:U
that may club throughout ho ooe"reported.
died newsletter, which will be the state have been taking undue the lugged down those two drinks S.;garland l Hwy. Clewiston, Fla. YUkon 24501
distributed ,
4 .i IhrMghevt the si- advantage of this ,ruliD: ,.".;the director her'elf. :
want area mundtng the noted "Numerous report sl..rGohenburgweden ,
4'' areas aUto waterway which '
have been received: that private : Two at h- "
'j ; ctrtecfce tress Fen' MIen to club are'allowing social functions run railroad engineers! were convicted -

r Stuart vU Lake Okeech be.. where drink are told and served of "drunken driving": -on"a :
1 I Banta reported there are 13,770 to be given at the club by organization special Christmas train. 1 .
I boat In the six-county area 'which or non-members..", I Two)-engineers goon a, toot OPEN HOUSE
t : are registered with the state con- A recent rule established by the *
," lervatlon department, all of whom Beverage, .Department spedfie I Who, says it pay to advertise. 17
I should be interested he laid Inwaterway .
that alcoholic;' beverage may beserved your own product _
activities.. The association only to' bona Itde.club I Ernest Cousin, 'founder. of a
hope to attract at least-300 member firm in Montreal 1 97'' *
or their guest and payment dairy year K
I of them for the next: boetacade. ,
,:' \ Directors heard 'a report from ; can be made. only*.by a member dd.. He ,toW ,a reporter,,,"I;?never '
.,:'Banta on plan to seek commercial 2 ALL NEW MODEL HOMES
and Individual Score club* have been conformingto drank a:jlaa of mitt in my, life
membership among the letter of (hit rule by use of I hate the stuff"
boat owners and businessmen. in subterfuge. }Keating charged. A 1, ,, ,

,...,;.. the waterway area, ranging in cost non-member i* allowed to pay for t.London: Comedian! Bob Hope wan '

drive from $25 will to begin$3. this The month.membership' drink but the 'charge li run told that an American .newspaperhad LOCATED AT OLYMPIA ST. ON ALVERDEZ AVE.
through a member' account been flooded call asking
v ; The
group also approved suggestion The director warned that "vio If it were true be had died in Loii

'ztw' by Franklin that a committee lations of this tale, either, directly don 'where he wa making. a ,
,, ?k.' be appointed to confer with or by subterfuge,, win ;not be movie. ; 1-6SR.M. DAILY C.B.S. CONSTRUCTION
: the U.S.
: Corps of Engineers, to 1
,t.,, permitted. He suggested that Hope quipped "I'm working ,
,1 '.. determine- how the association may : such ,acts be halted Immediately Anita Ehberg, ,and that' no 'apt
assist In *otklng improvement/ for '' It
to die"-or even 'teelike' ,, you
r' 'thewaterway.. Committee member I'
I >
M' :;..:,_, will. be named later. BIRTHS ,know"k(. '., ,...>.;*;..
and Son ewberel A nuun ,wiee from
f : M/; Mr* J.meI'T, Hnddaanouoee
a r lf State, Of Mame I ta* Wrttt o: a *ov'JM .the; 'back of a, .mnm. hM,',"cried

tan. Wnw, tan February 31*,.IBHeadry '' f' : ;
;q' Fake Plan -If SvS'st'u initli'atrn'
; Pier
: arose i ..pita]..weighing t. k4 d.

', :. Gov. John .H.,.:heed wit attend I fix pounds*. '. '- tng up ,.here: .:!*k'. m\, .v 'myTfcere
r'' t 1 i the Maine Plonks .at Riviera Mr., and ''hits. Lloyd ,L> Collta*. t" *F+ re,
announce the With of a son. Myron w*.. no tan***. t
\ \i i, Beaton. February IT. .
I J w'' Weed has been received" Frank EHwin!: born February+flh. inH Moet women w'aa on,their
I '; "t". Lewis tram Governor, Reed of ndry General Hospital, wejfhtag. tae ,M1.ee i.aaaaNMgg, fiat were

,,1 o'7'i Mike that he will be at the Annwd ail pound, fifteen ounce, .rl/, .: ,. ,i '
i'' "a Mates, Plonk at, Memorial Mr.:and Mr. ABen S. Padgett ; : ''
I 1,1 l i .f Park. Riviera BeeaFla;; announce the birth of a on Bobert Hadnikik I Va.? .Mk' borne
;. j -. A chicken barbecue dinner,.wMbe Allen.born February 9th., la maces '1InaIt" Joni m. .t *.apherder,

I, served from'11 a.m" to <4< p.m. dry General Hospital, weighing. ate and lwada. 't.;
The' will begin at:30p.m. I, pounds, nine ounce, ;After 'h* joined the'Navy the
'" .., Mrs and Mrs Richard E. ..... rtoeeet he lot to .t beloved sheep
;' An invitation Is Mtonded'to *U nook of LaBoRs'announce the arrival wa*, tte wool ,in th. Mfcea heloop

f t..", Wee people and their friend of t girl' Mona Kim,. ben .' ..'got so teiiman for Usoodi
February M. weighing 'seven vscrt IM flew the ceeptThe
Over tOW attended lat .
.. year. ; pomd*. *n ounces, at Hendry Gees, ; Navy; frovaoat.a.W.tO.Laad'soon :
N oral Hospital had Jone late' clink.
di '
\ .
.. Sale .Tax Up.30% Mr and Mrt, Bryant E. Dupree ,Jones explained 1 Just missed
1 1)) "" _' ..... ." *_. .
t ,,Over Lat Year art annooneiatg the arrival ,of a them .
'It' \1" ton,'Ernest Wayne: on February I, bet I know exactly: what. he
j ." ,,J' Sale lax coHoetfcn: oa Deesml I The:. baby I''weighed. six pound, mid when he greeted his wool?<
f "?:t her salt, reported the state in eleven ounce*. when born at Hen animal friends back: home.' :

a ti. January _11'1,10 per cent higher iry General HospItaL_ ..._ ..__..... I- Howdy., Ewe elH;" _
: thie S'MJ'.than last year. In He- -

\ ," N, dry County The collection lent to '
,; the,'Mate comptroller in 'January.t .
; f",.1963 were W4.W7.80.; and the same

t 9I\ r .. month a :year ago the;collection 2 ;and 3 BedroomsFHA',5355
were tU.Ot7.77. This la an Increase

of $.9W. or 30 per ..... _,
I .' GkuoHne tax ceOeetloM la the .
:. ,county during the came month
f'{. were down sBgWly over the prevVOM :
t A., year. In January, 1869'coUecUoo ,
wen' S30.8M.9Q and a err, From' ,$350.MWNApproxiip '
!\ aeo .UK38., TF '

,, Rout T.....' TCIIn TurJre ; "

:I t: ''I ,,"aere-4e.S 1oMI4.*etabeeivr.....!!rer..tile eeat HjtUMO MMttw ef the State PTorki total GiUet" : Gravy with SotttlMm. Cranberry Dr Ming. Saw' <', %; .$70.00() Per Month Including d"" ... ",I|: >; \>t'"t\ .

I \t I -P!.a. & Carrot) MatM, PotetoM.' .- Principal-Merest-Taxes! and Insurance lI : '.Y

f 'I The Beet rXWState .Hot b.w Rolle \

: 1 3 ,Farm., ,58 ,ea.' or, 2 for 9% Built {

I t ( t\ ; 'ksuranc/. -Valentine'Spijclal By Kendall CO stO. '

Ante Ute "lt.
r r ,
j S I", at the fountain .' West Palm Beach .

,-I,, ., Car Finance. Plan Strawberry" 91prl .ls .5.1771

New Can 4H'%" Add on Interest 3"THRIFTY
Late Model Used SH%.Add ea
Mr Include O w DRUGS BEARD.
'f i r ,Abner H. Vanii ,
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Poet rourn.OMeek I Hwy. Pk YU 2.1931 .CLEWISTOUt 1
pHONE ftf 2-7501
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"- OsirlstMk Wortd TOT CUWMTOM K3CW8.__ PRO 8ff srlNER

"' +1G'''-.CHIROPRACTIC Cfi&b
.States Must concentrate Itt full effort ..?
Over Ml Imturaaca Companta. piny ehiropraeue data* DEAlt# MISTER?EDITOUJ in this lt arot MC} the number will, 'On 5 tfSoldkH- Is Too and!power toward ridding th.
go up another 20,000. Thl piece .Many; bemlsjphCT of all Soviet influence
Separate Faolhtks For Colored. You will recollect that "ereawh.Ue atys it .ia now taking over $14 blV now preMBt' in it The UnitedStages
.prIIIIIiI Hwy. back the fevers at the coon UOB to pnj! these Guvernmeni The foflowlng la the text of re* or defensive nature ct such equipment )MUST: exert its leadership.*
W. .
11' Yukon 34111 try slot WM la favor of r each state to one Senator owl '' before the Hous of Reprenntattve pie and glaring terms, the problem .
cutting the Bouse member 111 Congressman Earl Wilson 01 Tuesday, February' 5th: center, 0* the exUteoc, of -
halt If was figured that WI Indiana say* -when he first com "Mir. Speaker. WitWngton ia rife: communiwn( la Cubs, backed upi I--.fd.y'pa.' DLooe
,,e.ee .# move would pay off the national to'shti ngteas-2O years ago hel with contradictions on the amOUnt I >1 Soviet military equipment ,'
; ; iRa
e 4 ,It, debt !In about 10 year: Masfail+ a.<*)**.(>ddn
? ,
e I week from watching GUVeJ'll1lleDtMcteta'1e'
WeD 1t.lee Editor 16e4 Each day nee} ,elsrgee on 1 "lf w.do we'solve'thl. problem? 1
polishing; their nail ----
em*,pewerttt aw Mdec fe*! : al ,the specific number of Cuba-based The first sup 1* by Isolating CUba.
Ihl* ........... H> la, ft, wtfl ,writing reading letter movie.to their magazines Communist arms are burled from Cuba'should be placed in solitary .
boy friend! A_
b.".. fact that Senator aa4OoacreMBMfl ,' lt'U. the floors'of the" Congress. Executive vonflnement by the atlou Of this 'wisItt' j
Aad h* ** twict
y ai bad
has got 4.. Mv Hr tlalmi: that agencies, are then drawn'into hemisphere. I would urge that isolation '.; .J;;
,... flow today in addition bickering over the quantities .of ,
lM and to tit key c4to -' to alt them' other to accomplished by firs 4
>r .-spread thr&gravy: .. prittj1thick. .iK. busy-+; working thingsUwy Soviet military, equipment toe design closing'US, ports* to'vessel* call- -
.,back.h.H... The, flttnra crasawanpuzzle of met equipment and whether leg*t the Island of Cuba- I further
haa Just. boea,released.*a.haw with*, .walking. around In the it U in' Cuba tot offensive or1 defensive urge that the U.S.- propoo to theOrganisation c
f ccNr hall transUter radios hung I Y.Et7SiUA17,0Ooub1e
,raQlII gttUncY arOUDd 'Ulelr neck and some, of'emtsRvaa purpose of America State,
The itoiq I got here say that "The, American.,people,view which now stand ready inset, the Feature
In, mlttl npfDf In' 1961 w. had 2.SM490 ,civilian : "..knitting sweater* the sttoatlo I* almpJe' terma. following: t ,
working in Guve umeat. office Mi b*...U*. 1M trayIa (... OlIo Bevlet soldier in'Cuba ton 1)) Ooie the sea ports of tits h! Fri. Sat.. F b., 18 18.;
> i'liomeo r1t This i* a increase of .46O- 10:13:Only P.M.
1961 and they !Ir estimating thaI. the **.ly way the taxpayer earl the missba of thae see soldier Cuba r. "
: y r I tMH M dee.'a bit U to thin oat with OM pack on his back;and r ZY COlt the airport of. the 1 "RertUku '
r e .them Seaatoi sad CeasTeafri ono rifle, Ia his',band., became! airline flying Into Cuba; A High 'Tension St<<1.,
mats, offensive *r'defenatvef The eel t 3)) Ban telecommunications ,.. of Monsters
My room' f$:,fast Frt 13 TSO: 10:00: P.J4at. :"- .
> swat fa staJJ*-when the KreaH. l lay of messages to. and fromCuba \ .
I Tgttberlnottt I see by the pal Un order*. .Iso, ; 18 3:30.6:15.6:50: phi.t .
dreamy ,, and petswhere,: while: the Congress : "The Snake '
'i.e' .- ""Mr. Speaker w* rnay.be losing 41 CurbT the travel,, of Castro t
was.adjourned; had 27 U.S:
sight of; the basic problem: n: agent throughout'the hemttphe.ei. t Woman"WITH
dad k Senators and;Congressmen
myserYr1ea \ toro 5)) r..eez> Cuban government
anujunl and type of''Soviet military '
( of 'em defeated In the last election *' Funds sow 0% depoait I la Latin MORE THRILLS
;. taktnf! tour at Guvernment equipment Cubs 1 I. not. ft i American financial institution ..
ATTENTION! expense. They' call -nfact r.af-:: : problem. Nor' does the offensivet t "')4r; Speaker* w* must not beI Sun., Feb. 17
tof"trip*, but it seem they hat I ,3:80 .6:30.7:30.6:30: P.M.. '
to take their wives and relatives Mon. Tue., Feb. 18-18 f

Farmers,:Cane Growers and Ranchers.. along to belt git the fact. 4y- I "The.Raven"

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LOOK TO THE 'FUTURE AND kilter. U>$'right. now during I WOULDN'TSEE Three VINCENT Stars of PRICE Terror

WISELY PLAN YOURFINANCING the eaU ,w 'a4herr most of' the ti If PETER LORRE -
facto thai sued fIDd.IJI.t 1 BORIS KARLOFF
tort,to to .the South where You Will Laugh and Cringe I .
IA 1&'. want fa the summer time at sam time .
FEDERAL 1.0. Coat LAND Vm Martjaf* the feet tfttt. t* the North I Extra Feature for all
WTHTHEMA 8 to 80 years."Adventures.
I VTOl Forabh Oah To Senator' Marry Byrd said last
JWIu.aee ..... week that 'tie, 46,045 civilian of
Flnaaee farm Improveroenta, new bonding, porch*** ROUUTEXIMTIRlOa :::: worker UN' Quvernment added A Road Runner"
wind maeMnea and but&O Irrigation.A1 ursxh.eueu..n. last coal the
year taxpayers: 1257 -
** to )porehsM, term, grera *.r raoch. ., million erta,,, and that the 20- -' Not KB drugs are good for all
Porch*** nor land.rrmM Millar, H' ,..... ; people. Individual differ.There Wed Thurs., Feb. 20 21
M.., .lcll...,...I' 000,tM y WM Kwterlng on adding 'ONLY ONE SHOW 8 P.M
ad4M1 fond for the farm Mterprtaa. .._ is a'correct medicineto
ONLY A LAND BANK LOAN 1I..e. .*..... FAd this' yew ,.*..ad cost another fit your exact illness and rbe Musical Treat of the Year
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HAS ALL 'THem! A0VANTACHBS $ '112 That's mighty hardon A r, your body chemistry .., onlyyour
1. Lavrer payment., e8GAL' the taxpayef but I reckon it'* doctor'can prescribe It
good let the' transfer radio
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8, Dependable l .,aervio (serving agriculture exdMtTelyit oDrt.:

4. lap ehac.1Q17: ....*.),.....-.. privilege without P ulty. EVIRY '2nd, CAN We.g l .(* a heap of fin* and'honeai &ARLA
sea fa Wsihlnrton and I Iwt4
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]Eight THE CLEWISTOW NEWS Owbteo. Florida+

/' i+ w very be oa happy a seven outlook.day basis-It- ianl- -a I-Ten Special Train Clewhogi uih School How Freeze Damage To Trees loss age ( ) ( .

U;W.. F, r e be .
To Pauion Play Honor RoD
We've received: a schedule: cl the : May Be A Tax Deductible I Item pe
... 1963 major league spring training Planned In 1963 ", TMri Six Weeks .
g schedule The' Florida Grapefruit 'P' fiats Taxpayers: who suffered losses actual cost of repairing the damage they ) s
,: ', Leap Baseball fans wCl Attendance at 1983 performancesof to the property may in any
: DODbu4loDell
'" the world-famous Black Hills Inner Circle) (at least S A'., 1 :at trees shrubs or other or
have a heyday' during March. Fourteen during the 1 particular case serve as evidence
.' ur big league teams are training Passion Play: of America la expected B allowed): property have deductible Decesp of the, amount of the overall loss "
in Florida, they will spend the to break all past records Seventh Grade: Mary Alice Co- bet income freeze tax may toss according a to to the property; Thus, the total (
I month of March playing exhibition with the help of ten special trains ber. Eugene Hlne W. Tomllnion, district director of the actual expenditures for removing ,4
games round the state and after to Lake Wales from various parts Eighth! Grade: David Beardsley destroyed or damagedtrees .\ht ;
II the first week of April win go of Florida planned by: the Atlantic (all As,for;semester Tony Mill of internal revenue.inquiries' pruning! to preserve damaged of !
aorta for the regular season. Here Coast Une Railroad. .... .,,,'*.i tit. Tomlinsoa said that trees and shrubs, and tat replanting .
The Play returns to the Lake directed to his office Indicate a ; '
are the teams and their spring N1Dth'Grade Bin Lawrence necessary to n.top.tb' .
Wales Amphitheater for the llth : misunderstanding on the part of
training quarters: Baltimore Orioles value
to its approximate
with its Tenth Grade.: Pete McIntyre (aUA' to how to compute property:
consecutive as
Miami opening many persons
Chicago White Sox
before the serve asevidence
casualty may
performance Sunday: Feb 10th. for iwmester' ). the toss, particularly: where stay:
Sarasota Cincinnati Reds. Tampa of the amount of loss to .
Detroit'1'1lera. Lakeland; Kansas continuing: through Sunday April Eleventh Grade: Chris Kelly ornamental trees or shrubs are involved.
City, Athletics Bradenton. ; Los 21st Mike Mazzlna. Sandra Page. As a means of clearinf up the property brought about by dam .
t 1 s At our board of directors meetingof Angeles Dodgers Vero Beach; The first special train. for 1963 Twelfth'Grade: Betsy Boy, Janet any misunderstanding Mr. Tomllnson
the Florida Press Association in Milwaukee Braves. West Palm will :be run on Sunday Feb 24. Siewert. ;. said that the following provisions ASSOCIATE:DISiRT' .
t Tempe Saturday the I'ftSldeaaDd Beach; Minnesota Twins Orlando from Pinellas Gaunt; starting a1 Outer 'Circle f, executive: secretary of the Florida ; New York Diets St Petersburg St. Petersburg with stops at Clearwater C allowed); freeze) damages trees or shrubs
Retail Merchants Association Join New York Yankees Fort DunedIn, and Tarpon Seventh Grade CockrOl any loss must be the result of an Opportunity to wn a local wboUaal
Springs. : Randy : actual decrease In value of the N... computer Ml up far you No' !
due for lunch. (We Joined them Lauderdale, Philadelphia Phillies, ;
Patrick ,Kelly LaQulta Haulm female. No limit I If IB food h .
,' age
On Thursday :Feb. 28th the first whole In arriving at
-they were the hosts). Clearwater; Pittsburgh Pirates Donna Morrison Roland property as a
In addition .to the usual words Fort Myers; St Louis Cardinals train from Tampa it planned Steve Gayle the value of the property as a BARIT' fP TO Nee NSH: MI '
St. Petersburg, and Washington making one atop at Plant City. Realm whole trees, shrubbery and buildings You will deliver. and collect: from. U'f
i of welcome etc., hen: men gave auto ref.r nc. aad a .me.
The first train of this Eighth Grade: Buddy: Thompson considered integral
os food for thought on the sub Senators. Pompano Beach. season are an curd by Inventory. Write for
1 from Sanford-Orlando Is set for i Lynwood Bishop Susan Butchart part of the realty ((2)) The amountof address phone no. and put history :
ject of Sunday business hours for .
Tuesday March 12. at Barbara Dark: Carolyn Cox. Car- determined the
stopping the loss is by
; retail stores. The trend has been MORGAN A8
Gene Broadway Winter Park and Klssimmee. Another ol Davidson Dwight HatQeld Jan- difference in the fait market Value
k,:e in the direction of Sunday hours for 121 Baa Marco BlTd
i \' ''I J win originate at Sarasota oa Ice $etoabek. David McCarthy of the property as a whole immediately I I Jacksonville .t.
some years and is now reaching: Enlists In '
+ such proportions that the matter Array Sunday Mar. 3. with slop at Bra Tommy: Doan Linda Reynolds David before and Immediately
,. denton Palmetto and Raskin.AH Taylor DUnne Williams Denna after the casualty. Of course the
'Is considered: critical Sears Roebuck SFC Donald W. Sandstedt. UJS.
Wood, Brace McConvflle.da .
seat for the ACL-Passlon -- --- -nr
wblch has been outspoken in Army recruiter announced the ,
Play: special trains win be reserved l nlh Crred uR tty Bsrtatt ar i few
'I vigorously opposing Sunday openIng of J. Eugene Broadway,
both the coaches and in the ,, MIchael Iclal Nationwide Consumer Testing ,
on Futch, Freeman Hodges :
11 has that
1 recently stated unless alt E. Ventura Street, dewiston.Pvt .
( : there is a reversal the trend Broadway. enlisted January amphitheater. They may be purchased Jordan Dan McCarthy. Linda .
well in advance on a first- Tim BID Baird Kenneth:Young. '
within a short .time their time-hon 29, 1963 for the 8th U S. Army
ored policy will be subject to a and is presently taking: basic training come firstaerved basis at any Tenth Grade; Jimmy Bible Sara PLYMOUTH ,
review ACL passenger or ticket office in Jo Cato Sheila Isbel. Sally] OU-
new and study at Fort Jackson S.C,
U\; the areas to be served. pliant Bffl ,Perry, Elizabeth Rogers '
If the big' shopping centers remain -
SFC Standstedt stated that this
Several other special trains are
Susan Schick Rick Sexton. !
?{ open on Sunday and transact Is one of the many: enlistment options being considered. Walter ZU hy, PERFORMANCE
Tommy Joanne
Weathers Wood
'i.\'buslDe.. all other I
l day.
: available to young men who
president of the'Passion Play Amphitheater Barbara SemoneLEleventh .
be forced to follow suit or 111I3'i can qualify; Qualified men may enlist Corporation said the toW
up for lack of'enough! i for airborne automotive mechanics Grade: Phyllis Crouch.
for 1963 build to as
may up
keep) going. heavy equipment operators Jackie Goldman Cheryl Lee, Jimmy PLYMOUTH
( many as 12 special trains providedone
j There is more at stake here than or radio men to name a few or more might be arranged Montgomery Tom Moore Bar
.. )iie clerk's day of rest Since the of the jobs available. Enlistment from Jacksonville. ban Rlgoyr Fred Rl glo, Robert
beginning of this nation. Sundayhas options are guaranteed in writing Thousands of other patrons will Thompson,Beverly Preston Deb
been observed by closing bus- prior to enlistment. Interested individuals come to Lake Wales tolee the crab Kemp? GAS ECONOMY
loess. This Sunday opening is an- may get more information Play by chartered: bus or in their Twelfth Grade: Isabel Barrios,
other'of our problems over which from SFC. Sandstedt at the own automobiles.This Judy Betnbry Cheryl Bennett, .,
the Communists must gloat! Communists U.S. Army recruiting station cornet all Sunday performances Mike Burrence Joyce Jones Molly
S may not have Inspired the of Lee and First Street Fort will year be matinees starting atC Mullins SUy Schick Bill Swsyne \ It happened In the second big meeting' of Ford ; t

,: movement to remain! open on Sunday U>ers. Florida (telephone ED 70031) p.m., while on Tuesdays, Thursdays Marian 'ToWeda. Judy Vann. IY' Chevrolet Impala and Plymouth Fury at ,
but certainly it plays into ). SFC Sandstedt will be at and Saturdays the starting I
I their bands by breaking down another the Glades County Democrat office time is 7:30: p.m. CAP'Sttuadron Had "Showdown" Plymouth asked for. The cars were

American principle. from 10 a m. to 12. noon on Feb. The well known production featuring + (, parably equipped. And Nationwide Consumer Tes
,, The matter is far-reaching: : Sunday 26. 1963 and at the local Draft Josef Meier as the Chrisbis -
Board in ClewUton from 1 to S Standby Mission ewas there to conduct the competition and see to It
} observance in homes la disrupted p.m. with a cast of 30 professionalactors

;' because workers have to be lending state and actresses, is augmentedby Members of the dewiston Civil rules were followed. When It was over: Plymouth
S on their Jobs; transportation penh in commercial 125 citizens as extras. The Amphitheater
pie must likewise work; and otherS tree-farm acreage with at Lake Wales hasa Air Patrol squadron were on a five I every performance test, plus victory In the

;'", 4 supporting businesses will need tot .,000.000 acres under certlBad tree permanent stage 350 feet wide hour standby duty Tuesday connection economy run. Plymouth for '63 also has the only

\ remain open_Soon everything will farm management and a seating capacity; of 3,500. with the loss of the North- mile warranty In the tough .
: r The Play portrays in a most beautiful west Orient Jet lines Miami bound
: authentic manner the 2000- for Chicago, which went down In r See your dealer. Plymouth's on the move.
year old story of the last seven I
the 'Glades
during a squall Forty-
days in the life of Jesus on earth. CWwirton:1
.. >cnto-TO-aiXTV cmr
three persons were lost on the airliner
Meier brought the Play to the 1LMolT..N.N.11.W Nei PLYMOUTH ... ..
I ,, ". United States in 1932.- In 1938 be which 'was found 43 miles CHEVROLET...................19.84 no. CHEVROLET.......'.N.....
I iJir" J from Miami .> i: 'r .< FO&D., ...................1S.01 Nor FORD..................
established a permanent amphitheater -
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: l1 Maintaining communication wer. QOARSN: .. HIGHWAY .
home at Spearfish in the ..............lL&y.... .
Lt. James Walker and A/le Annie PLYMOUTH. .. .. PLYMOUTH............ ;
t Black Hills of South Dakota. He NEYROLET..N..la.ee MO. CHEVROLET,...........
"\\ has presented the Play in Florida ,Walker ,ORD- .......... MO.KILOMCTZn roRO...................::::::::::: :
each winter since 1953. 'The local: ),CAP planes were ready RUN CMOICEMCY:
..._.-.. but were grounded due to the turbulent PlYMOUTH..I!.43 Nor FORD...................
CHEYROIET.N................34.44 MO. PLYMOUTH. .
I::: WEST One and nn.billion pine search weather The ground which rescue hamperedthe unit OAD. N..:..: ....: MO.ECONOMY Ce4EYROLLT.::::::::::: : :::: ::
seedlings have been planted was, also standing by. PLYMOUTH...................IS.77 mpf. PLYMOUTH............. :! \ ,;
i Florida since 1928. t CHEVROLET................ FORD...., ............
:114 q--- __ Reporting fox duty A/lc '
: ? Jack Burt, Lt.: Wm. Doane were Lt fORO.........................16.14li.pS. CHiVROLlr............ '

Rose Doane M/Sft Don Evans CHEVROLET..MILL.... CUMB ..1JOO see. PLYMOUTH ttt-MIU............ .
I : Lt, Wm Johnson A/le James Mc- PLYMOUTH.:.....:::::::::.::.:IS:44 Mel CHEVROLET..::::: ; : :
Daniel. A/lc Peggy McDaniel, FORD...................'.?.'16.00 ie. FORD................, :
MIStt.Ella O'Neal. W/) Charles utteeVrl.i.Wtd l e., .
I FRANKsGrocery.. Prater Lt Curtts PuHen and Lt.

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IA$5FIEDADSPHONIC IlitfS, Harlem News ';

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Yukon 31201CLASSIFIED ,. Florida room. Beautiful -u;:
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mJftImUM charge. _four Insertion _for the price.. of th..... ] security printed, withholding with! form and for social other Older tram, north with side stucco Would Beautiful .- Events and New Of Our Colored CommunityMRS. ,q/ j
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I deduction Box of 600. Qvwfta- small trailer or lot, or both, i
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HELP WANTED ton Newt Offle as down payment. John Barber GAJADHA colored News Editor t .

I Now accepting applications for I FOR SALB-Nic platform rocker M N. Balbo, ear H N. Reign- Phone :YU 3125SNotes
waitress cashier maintenance.I *, 2 twin headboards, t double 1 icy, Russell Park, Fort Myers. '., rJ
LOST Fb iboy'a! J -rLnmcd Please apply In person to Gary I headboards, wardrobe eafetntef, Fet38p ) ;' :: ; U
ekmentary SioU. Thrifty Drug FebUc medium tics, t straight chairs, 1 --: plated 13 months of '
tlas ei between, DEMAND QtUCATER I1 iA'EVER From Adult duty In Paris, Moore Haven P. Te.A'
EhrttcV* Trailer Park.: AA-QUALIFIED chest of drawers, 6 small rugs. t*> France, and is now enrout to ',J" .1,'
school and man or woman for I. for houses, acreage, businesses. ., ,
Please return to Richard Cross at etltabUabed'route work. Win Byer's Motel YU !2691. FebZle W* have customers Waiting Education Class Fort Lewis Washington where he I Notes t '"1 ""." ., ,<.:,( .1;

scboo1 or at Eb1'l1ch'l. ,, ltp traltk Can earn $40 or more per I FOR SALE BLONDE SPINET List your"propertY with us. will be stationed for eight months. J :.'" : ; $,': 1: ;

LOST Youna male Beagle dog day. Write Mr. Heath. Box 27M,I PIANO. Repossessed. Will transfer J. E. Beardsley. Ph. YU 27501. The Adult Education Class school along He win complete three yeats of, The 1'TA. of Booker TWashlng-,: ;# .:,
with several of the high
Mack tan and wiite. Answers to ,utSota Station, Memphis 2. T na. : to responsible party willing to assume .1. Installment I their NaUOI.Iall'oundel. Day cele ,
with fables FebZlcBu easy monthly -- -N'; I
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ram Dondie about 1 i iI Call credit manager; Ctewiston, FOR SALE 11'f'MOORE HAVEN. how at the PTA meeting January Church members and friends of bratlon for the Parents Teachers' ; "

tag by Dr Sharpe.: Kea: Weighs Swayne. YU I .in< $ Opportunity I YU 2-7151 or piano can be seen at Six room bouse. 1ft baths. 28, 1963. The them" of the fash- ReV ,Leroy Holmes were very Association Sunday altP.mOO'll'at ,_
| W IDs Reward 1 $ I Lake Appliance Co., $21 E. Bug- screened patio.. Double carport .lon show was ,aah1oD On Parade. sorry to hear that he Was Ill Sun the First Baptist church Moor ,
a701.I -.-- OPPORTUNITY open arland Highway. labile Call WH tM.l. Mar7c ." The stag was decorated: : day night and could not attend Haven, Rev R. C Blye; pastor
per week man. Age 2S 99. Also II .......... with colorful, fabric and patternsthat
kervtc His vacancy: was filled by Sunday. Feb. 10, 19C3 at 2 p.m.
have opening for vaouVretlred man FOR SALE Rollaway Bed with/ served a background> for
I 'REAL ESTATE Rev. Lee Jenkins W* extend "Get The following program was ren-
i r ,I (would consider lady 40 to 60)). thick lanerspiing mattress, $20. the occasion:
Help J-BEDBOOM 2-bsth frame. North Well Wishes" to Rev. Holmes for dered:
Route sales. For interview W F NalL 432
personal W. Sagamore. Pb-
in your community write J.I 24131 ,Febl4o tide. Excellent condition Kitchen i Mist A. E. O. Thomas played an early recovery Song, "Pass Map Not4 audience; ,
completely furuished. Large lot soft music and Mrs. Isabella Reese R. C
Willls- ; Invocation: Rev. Blye; purpose
H. P.O. Box 627
McGarity, I
I HELP WANTED] FEMALE-Sales Florida. FebZleLUJ3EE FOR SALE-1951 Ford V-8 Pickup. shad Mod fruit trees. A real horn. acted as narrator aa each model Notes From Harlem) Mrs. L. Tobias, presidentBTW
Lady. Advertising for establishedlocal : ton. Clean. No rust I960 Falcon 2- FOR 2ALS:-:Northeide lit feet : approached the stage In. their out- PTA selection: Harlem
firm. PermaneotrNd'experi COSMETICS I II door Radio' and beater: Straight- 'trontag\ ; .3 J bedroom. 2 \bath fit. :Airs. Clara Bell Morris wore Academy P. T. A. Academy Glee- Club; solo, '"On

ence necesssryW* train you. I We want ladies to present the gears. Good gas mileage, 'ear. CBS new.:-'Immaculate, $20000. lavender gabardine one-piece God." Willis .Clyde: Blackmon;:
Salary plus. commission. Potential I tuner Magic Hour. Watch for Louis Christiansen $07 South 'Atlantis NCRTJTSIDB'B< bedroom frame I. with reversible jacket and The f f..t 'repmt.irom: the Apron! ."The PTA As an Organization'
$125 week Phone YU SU70.FebZSc March McCau'S. Write Luzler. Box Ave. Ph: S-I34! Mxr7a 80.OCO. accessories:Mrs. Luella Wil Drive sponsored by the PTA will' Mr. A. A. Thomas Harlem Academy -
I 1236. dewtston. Mar7p "'"""R"SID1!:; .t.' bedroom frame. was dressed fat a two-piece ')' mad, "nnday altenisea, Feb "Parents Roll in the PTA,"

II LEARN 'WESTERN STYLE $ ,.X)). N beige wool crepe suit with black 17 A ;stM prjram his been Mrs. L. B. Blye; solo '-Thank.Be .
WOMAN WHO CAN DRIVE to established ,call SQUARE DANCING. Class' nosy I : ., 1 Bsd.w4 C23 duplex. $9,050. j[ accessories Mrs Lottie Williams arranged to: 3:SO o.m. All who toy God." Shirley Blackmoa: ;

,regularly each month on clients I being formed. Contact, Dave Stockman 1 nxh-vnn CE3. $12.500. I wore a figured print of cott :a have apron are atkedto please i "Teachers Roll in the PTA' Mrs
Studio Girl Cosmetics j "- .. i.or'f-l 17 'Iori. broadcloth with black accessories, ba; 0.1 tints and make your report Teresa Sanders Harlem Academy;
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Clewlston, Making I .A .
in and around! t GUARANTEE >->;4> learn tn play available.COWiHQME10. Miss Betty Dixon wore a blue one- before the program begin There introduction of speaker Mr. W. T. C
necessary deliveries, ,eta 3 or 4 I EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for I the prf 3.1, in SO !days or your : ; acres. A bedroom piece dress with a reversible plastron will bea; guest speaker. Refreshments : CsmvbcU. speaker, Mr. C. Richardson
hours per day Route will pay up one or two ladles. Style shop located j money refunded Your choice of: 0 CBS constructed. Completely of blue stripes, Miss ,Katie will be..ry.d.a' the close i district eight president;

to $300 per hour. 'Write'. STUDIO I un>uslness section Custom Hammond Orgm,. and lessons', In: furatakseUTV., Freezer. Cattle, Mitchell wore a blue flowered ,cotton of-the program; selections, Booker T. Washington
COSMETICS;, Dept. 7S932. ;notions and fag. Fenced., mile out. Paved state with Mrs' Annie Mitchel
GIRL sewing, Jewelry QewUton for 30 day only' $M. S broadcloth one-piece dress School Glee dub; greetings Mrs.
Glendale. Calif. rics. Require low capital invest Bill Doane. Phone'2-8881. tic: pad. Ail co Malencei. Ideal site. draw string at the wilstlln and: a President Annie 'Mltc.ben. PTA president"
I ment. Pleas call YU 3-2461 ot, : J2S FMA mmSB in Palm Beach matching ruffle front )Jacket anJ Harlem Academy; recognition of '
I write to lOa Bond Street, dewiston; CHERISHBD. PHOTOS talon at ieew*< ,and, 'Dade counties} black accessories' Mlia trfcm.. 'The. Band Parents' Club will er-presJ3cnt3.' Mr,. L. Tobias; offering

[ Fla.) Febl4e your convenience. Weddlaga. variem 'aes', and. prices. Small Klogcade wore .a beautSUTtm' '* sponsor an entertainment at the I Mr. W T Campbell ,and
FOR RENT. Banquet. eomnMrcieJ bom, poet: I Itrait. cash ymeoLo piece red lowered( \ -ctrels:-of otoa home of Mr and Mrs. Ralph Quin- 1 Mils WUma .Faye: Thomas; remarks '
i' I .!. Fps allotment MQ TUX FOR IUIIfl"o-' broadcloth buttoned front, matching : tine Friday night Feb. 13. Please : Mr. Robert Gamble Booker -
Miscellaneous'For Sale ;
FOR RENT Trailers and Trailer STYLE: K\ OP. Uc : available\ J t. Miss Gwendolyn Patrick wore ,a for band' uniforms Support ',this lIon: refreshments
Royal 1 Palm TrailerPlU'k. I Over* 1.MO Vacant" : Iou to select two-piece blue suit;with a reversible effort with your presence and con- Officers; Mrs, L. Tobias pressdent ;;

.spaces.Phone, YU -- Uc LET US BUILD "YOUR NEW from fer.. ;jall-puipose! Various jacket of butcher linen with tribution. There*will be on hand I ; Mr. Cleveland,Herbert vie
:ron SALE Parrakeets $2.00 *
-J 1
> HOME in Canal Point. Top work 'pi-tea ',' l. beige 'accessories ,A3 fashions barbecued chicken hqJL. fish and I
president. Mrs. L. Perkins, secretary
FOR RJNT.-"J', and I room r up. Mynah 'birds, African lovebirds manship. Call HuM Red Estate.'I In Income property modeled were made by"the adults cold drinks. There will be lots of I ; Mr A. HuKglns.' parllamentarain -

furnished apartment: .,'!iOft.Z.l2"'l monkey, cages; supplies Pahokee W4-W8J. ,,0, tic LONOI',.... low Irterest, Una and student of Harlem,' Academy tun in store tct'you. I ; Mr J. Kearns, assistantflcrctUr"
Uc Pet boarding Thompson Wild! j HIM,: "'-'f..nd.. ranch mort Home Economic"/ 'Department. Mrs MM, J, S. Gapadha. IS:. i'a'iaa Miles' '.' ,;
w fl i Animal Farm Phone YUkon W. O, TERRY! ""f'ax' Consultant g_, m $30000 NarveHa .M. tee.Instructor. Prelldent' iev.

JOB RENT-Bedroom wtttt,prig 8-1236.: tie I .Complete lacem* ,ft* Service *I -, NEEDED: : yes .1 ... I trcasursr lain, It. C. Blye.. chap.I'
; .6fI&1.J W BBilley '" JIIII a.'IIt1..' "
ate batn, Phone I FOR SALE-1955 Ford. Automatic I M.YtJ. FORD Card of Thanks
!.'' .uc transmission, radio, heater, 4/15c 030 ..boat'.,garland Hlfitiwa. Death Notice, "
4-1' ,Was*,' Jkuto and General t wish to express my sincere Willie'sShoe .
TENEMOS CUARTOS PABA AL- door Can YU 2-2601 after 5 "' :
Teletono, 2-8W1., W E. Itp' ATTENTION "iMuranc* Tbi many friends of Mrs Estelle thanks and deep appreciation to all Shine Stand
Cltwtoton, Pta Phone 2-2161 Gordon wilt regret very much to II
and membersfor
Est El Paso Cfcwia- my church: Give shoes that \
Bailey, J1J TIME TO PLANT SHRUBS AND lsstThursday your shin
.' Uc Prospective ,home buyers (for hear of her passing their kindness during my Illness smila,
ton. ORNAMENTALS. We have large commercial) I 'am seeking ese 'WANTED evening at Hendry General Hospital and recent confinement.at ;Alabama; Street, Harlem

I amounts of plants Undamaged by. ; ployment, can save you many $9$ U 7:SO. J.loth.I'.Gordon had Hendry Gsneral Hospital. All ot Mr. Willie I,. Toner; ProprleterJulia's
freeze and ready for planting.CIIRISTIAN'S can handle planning loan procedures been a resident In-.dewlston for
HELP WANTED WANTBP Btiepl* to ltll'D"W it your acts of kindness and thoughtfulness -
South ,
/ I NURSERY. and complete construeHen. the past 23 and was well
ern Style ...are Dancing. Contact meant so much to me in
FEMALE Clewlston Write George Kendall Bon .TW, Dave Meekman. YU ,2-4321 known and': loved by' all who knew my recovery. I extend a special '
MALE or, ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS. Qewiston. Fla., He days, or TO ,2-6781 evenings her. She was a 'member of the thanks to Dr. McConVUle and Dr. Beauty Nook

..., Guaranteed, $19.9 down. $14.04 Church of the First Born and was' Shuje and.thn chUte statf of Hen-
WANTBD per month LAKE APPLANCE.. I Il RENT A PIANO! .e.6"OWN the mother of her church. She was dry Gen ral. May Gd bless each ,, Personal EXCLUSIVE Care!: -HAIR To Your BTYLESN Hair l

MAN OR WOMAN. l Ph. YU 2-7131. tfo (ONLY $8 MONTHT-) Horn in ecceUant condition I' long time member of the Burial and allot you. ,,'
tin Julia Mae Sale '
TIME Aid Society in Georgia before coming -
SPARE .I.*IS tW; CABLE SPINET PIANO AU rent applies to purchase close to school and shopping In Respectfully' _
To refill and collect money frpm to Flor1cla'and will be remembered if Mrs. Lena Williams ProprietorHarIem .
Was $695.! Now $595 Terms Private Lessors Free Music Pahokee, Call Hunt Real Estate, missionary ..
HiGrade for her great work as a "
our inachlass" dispensing :a'a (
Holdrldge Music Center, Clewiston. Your choice of any WurlitzerHoHU MM-7933. tic t.
Candy, Gum and Sport Card in Phone YU 2-4781 Febl4e Mule Center Church NewsNew
this'area. Easy to do. Excellent! I She leaves to mourn her passing
Francisco at Okeecaobe
come. 47S cash required secured FOR SALE-One 24x21 Sink with YU 2.4781 I f or Fatt Result*. four eons and one stepson, Mr. Bethel AME Church. Rev \ Gar ge "
by Inventory, Include phone number Rim and fittings. One Kelvinator Ahsley Arllne Camden,, NJ. Mr. L. Holmes pastor
Write P.O. Box U* Orlando Refrigerator $30 Call YU 37230.Uc Qewlston Febl4e I rr r l 1 Alvin Arllne Palmetto. Fla(; Mr. Sunday: school,+\9:30 a.m., Mr. H. now open for

jla Feb2lc BLUM & SONS PLASTERING Luther T. Arllne,. Camden. 142.; L. McKlre, supt businessElbert

.........p..SHINIfi..n...dh1- -.-hha--.a.a..n..at ...... Very Best Work -M i Mr Joseph H. Arline, Camden. Morning worship 10:55: a..m.I .
T p.m.- Allen
aBUSINESS Evening worship Jr.
We Save You Money NJ., Mr. Tommie Arllne Miami, I ,
I Pestering, Simulated Stone and stepdaughter Class, meeting, Tuesday Sight '
GU1ARIY! Fla. five daughters one Phone YU 2-6248 '
I Stucco-- Free Estimate Mrs.. Lee Burch Lake- I' Rehearsals for- choirs Wednesday -

DIRECTORY II Licensed and Insured Inad, ,Fla.; Mrs. Pearlie Mae 'I nights. ...
I The. members of No. 2 choir
25 Years In DuateessMM I THE CXJLWlfMW NEWS Butts New York N.Y.; Mrs I presented

LOTS Street Fort Mf.ri. n.. Ulaudie .Smith Tampa, Fla.; MrsIda 1 I a play after the regular
ttc I SEE Mae Barber Plant City Fla.t services Sunday: night.The title of Mamie'sStyle .. "t .. .
8BB UB FORiBOTTLED' 1 WALDRON'SKCATS I 'the play was 'The Gates of Heaven"The :
: Mil. Virtress! Tate Mrs. Estelle ] J "
CenterNew .
GAS SINGER SEW1'U .. MACHINESrepre.enbtlve ; DOUG Holmes Ctewiston,' Fla.,' three audience enjoyed the performance '
AND GROCERIES *2U be it Gtd- "
: 424 E.'Sogsr'LadAve. : .
brothers Mr blah Fullwood Bella Stock of Girl's Dresses r :
dens FurnlUre
Appliances, Glade. Fla.; Mr; Walter Fullwood. Shorts, and Kim Jima ,
T AM. 8 P JC. For parts, asles'sdrvlce'. \*to. in
Open Scout Notes'The
TAX SERVICERICHARD Ohio and Mr, Nemiah Fullwood, I 1
Saletv SerylcePOWER or can YU 27l, tic Mrs. Mamie MeDDle I
L Camden. N34 two sisters. Mrs -Boy Scout Troop No. 798< Proprietor a.
SEVEN: DATS A VVBfflC -- Radii Adams. Chuncy. Ga.; Mrs. of Harlem Academy had a week of ,

GAS, Viola O'Neal; Camden N.J.; 32 activities in 'observance: of Boy 242 Alabama Street <
For Your Spur of Moment Picnic ., and 27 great-grand "
grandchildren Scout! Week, Feb. through. 13.
CORPORATIONCALL ''Four Mile East of Oewtrtoa ,M..CONE: children and a host of relatives and. Chapel program was held Monday i

OOUJBC3T '' : ;. .., friends'Funeral services Tuesday Feb. morning: Feb. 11. in the gymnatorium Hilton'* Grocery.L t'

South .WT,6"661WANT'ED1: Bare Beach ,GENERAL CONTRACTORws 12. 1963, Friendship Baptist The Color Guard, patrol !leaders; Groceries: Freak Meats \
: Church, 1:30 Young's Harlem
p.m. The National Anthem, a recording; VegetablesCold
Funeral Horn jn charge. scripture: and Invocation: Rev. L Drinks Essential
HOME' Items
: I Attention Cattlemen, NEW, ... CONSTRUCTION" Holmes; selection "The :Battle We Appreciate Your'. Patrcoag ,
,. Personal _Mention Hymn 'of Republic" audience: ; Mr. and Bin. 1'11.... liter S
Now to the time t 0 eoo oUdatyour Bmodltoj) ", :Djf ,a Hlqht> ; to the hat Girl Scout Troop No. I'roprteton.. ,.
C u.alnsreNECESSARY debt with e bag term fame : "Yo Mr, and Mrs.; Clayton Mlxon 47. Clewlston, Fla.; occasion Mr. ) c,

HOEXPERIENCE IOMS. tow, Interest rate, wttfc'Federal AdditIons. Phi Bt 8-7M1 were delighted to have as their Willie Young, Young's Harlem Funeral :t j'',
f?rit'1.v.,\" house. guest the 'past week Mr. Home;' .selection ""This Is '{!..:
Land Bank r Lenard Bussey, father of Mrs. My Country.'* Harlem Academy McGlothen's ""t.' ,
J L r Mlxon and Mrs. Alfreda Taylor,her Glee Club; "Some of the Things a "

y' -I aunt from Georgetown ,Ca. Scout: Must Know" Explorers; Eat Shop ; -
Jordan & p.td See er selection. "Stout, Hearted Men"
HATBox Rt.I I Estate -
crnaa ...,.. iiiRftoNIII W. E ,' Mr. and Mrs. Homer Lee Battle Troop No.: 798; "Scouts In Action" Harlem Business Location

M Walcald BuUitog and daughter .spending a.d*- Boy Scout: units: reflections and District
Rent Leases SalesAtiens'Appraisals St
mav (JOUII Grade.ten, florid Eames lijKhtful, vacation with their'par- announcements: Mr. A.'A. Thomas, Food; Sort
ents. Mr, and Mrs. Willie Battle principal: school:song audience; Beverage
Title ,...A.IMIraet, Co \ ':\" and'family. Mr. Battle has''com benediction. : 1581.1! and Jean MeOMkeai- '
no. ytutai>s Mli 'BOOH90!!. FO& !SAUB) : .- < fl

SSJTS EVINRUDESafes Tw ke4TMaa a d tin: u.' ... IPraeMeaBy sow edt jauahy. ax- .t -

BrIII.LaBelle. .. '" ... HTSi- 1 :Ira. gjulMeef*** peHe,.. vm.* ..*... Lsrtlt, X151/.. -

Ils fll* B .-&J* _and Service;, Tree eVvsw' WnHa.MMeeHke.....r baM set. .-.tBBe/f.,.......%:, s-* .'jji...'. water.MUUCHEVMSALE REPEAT t flit Cafe anti :

Nw aarf.Bend Mtten : .: il

wrest air rllt$4 r, lrarw Hatdwr'e' 'N array; kale vet Ki4f*. S .%* frea* On >>*: Grocery :' .1

Palm. .... Peett neon aM Aear.a1MkMmahs ......t M acre* 555 3 tledr..si. ...* flfW..' ksndteW', ,tfl'..... 'If you have any notion. to build! a,home, in .
scab fee CkwMw, I 1- V2f4ev Heaw Cooked MealsGBOCEKHSS

Plies'' h7t11ras_ HI11 ayr ly M. 'Miajly'lyrved, t jaSis fre .
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t .... ILlCWALDRONTampa: I..-.*** fa Benlrr d. e4f CM Aarre.r.' $....S1F1.per aer p *. a. ,, ,Ii', the next few. years-:tie.up'your' lots NOW! I .
W. ,
CeOer c..tf..teed .... Pet aere. .>IH-.fc **4 4tf/c AIM,1ftteettoa > nuoa! MEATS. I I'
al IIH. per aer* ;

Tribwae elf. N sad' I. keJreeaa- ...... <:). '. Crown-fa I
51arM Mid ,It_acre* Way 25% rest is _y. SCHOOL 8OTPLBBSClewiston ?,-. IE8fiIIN'I'IAL
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Mat 01. ... TraOer Park with S ke 'News Press Tern \ .. (
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CCiiMn.3'QT .. Teaser. Put ..11.& M. M space all ran.; pta* i.e*.;....' t It'#. :.. I I IL
'n'- 'Phon2-2T o. CAMPfflBLI>" extras.. 'Iwasa ,' ,' : :;..;: S J. ;E. Beardsley, ,'Real l,, Estate Cold Driaks I ;j I

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I FRANK DENMiAD .JUg. Heal fiitet* Brokec : I;itj I
People Rein! j.. .

; -8JBKVK3BPHON8.S1KJ. fl t .......*.. neaUrXMl ..*.. Br.kr '? 318 E. Ste PrIanclJI wy. Ph.: ''YU 2-7901 Per C III II ,F I ,
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; (F 1 1J be oa a seven day basis It but avery Ten Special TrainsTo ClWiston High School To Trees loss age determined to trees or shrubt (Sj '
,, : happy outlook. How Freeze Damage la ((21) a
...tA>> . Passion Play '7 HonorRoU reduced by any mootcalved
We've received schedule of the May Be A Tax Deductible Item tuuranteltl4:
1963 major league spring training Planned In 1963 ,,'TaM Six Week not exceed: the adjust g 11II1

schedule "The Florida Grape- ."' 19041 Taxpayers who suffered losses i actual cost of repairing. the damage the entire property ((4)) N.<
be taken *
Attendance at 1963 performanceof In may for sentta! J
fruit League. Baseball fans will to the property may any *
the workMsmous Black BIBS Inner CIrcle) (rat least S A's, 1 at trees, shrubs or other or minor damage .
have a heyday: during March. Fourteen during the December particular case serve ai WhlclllllerelJ.
big league teams are training Passion Play of America is expected B allowed); property: deductible of the amount of the overall loss tards the growth of .

In Florida; they will spend the help. ten past. recordswith Seventh Grade: Mary. Alice Go- Income freeze tax may lost hart according a to to the property. Thus, the total trees ((5)) Theedtothetaa b. mast be e

month of March playing exhibition the of special trains her Eugene Hlne. district director of the actual expenditures for removing year during
games round the state and after to Lake Wales from various parts Eighth:Grade' : David Beardslean Laurie W. destroyed or damagedtrees .th* casualty occu but

the first week of April will go of Florida planned by the Atlantic ( A'l'.tar: semester). Tony Mill of Internal revenue. pruning' to preserve damaged of when, the repair orb!
north for the regular season. Here Coast LIre Railroad. er. Mr. Tomlinson said that Inquiries trees and shrubs, and the replanting 'menu are made. ",
The Flay returns to the Lake directed to his office Indicate a '''.
are the teams and their spring Ninth Grade: Bill Lawrence. necessary to natore,1h. ) '. -
Wales Amphitheater! for the Uta misunderstanding on the part of '
training quarters: Baltimore Orioles value
Tenth Grade Pete McIntyre (a.nA. property to its approximate The a1a h
: how to compute pine
to .II
consecutive with Its as ,
: season opening many persons
Miami White Sox ,
; Chicago before the serve as ,
casualty may
for, ). where itay la_ Florida's towtatLBgram
: Sarasota; Cincinnati Reds. Tampa performance Sunday Feb. 10th, semester the loss particularly: evidence of the amount of loss to \
; Detroit Tigers, Lakeland; Kansas ; continuing through Sunday, AprIln.L Eleventh!':Grade; Chris Kelly, ornamental trees or shrubs are Involved. with all other ...
( City Athletics Bradenton; Los Mike Mazzlna., Sandra Page. As a means of clearing up the property brought about by dam- lings totalling hardly: iperlS.

; lt, At'our board of directors meeting Angeles Dodgers, Vero Beach; The first special train for 1963 Twelfth Grade: Betsy Boy, Janet any misunderstanding Mr. Tom'in-! :==:---

,,' the Florida Press Association ii Milwaukee Braves, West Palm will be run on Sunday, Feb. 24. Slewertp!f.;? ';'a son said that the following provisions ASSOCIATEDISTIUBUTOR.cou.sctOl: -
,f :,.,.Tampa Saturday the president and Beach; Minnesota Twins Orlando from Plnellas County, starting at OuterrClrcI.: (at least S B'., 1 apply: : (1)) If a storm (or ,NO SELLING. SPADE TIME TO
I( executive secretary: of the Florida ; New York Meta St Petersburg St. Petersburg with stops at dea C allowed);?; freeze) damages trees or shrubs START

,, Retail Merchants Association Joined ; New York Yankees Fort water Dunedin and Tarpon Seventh Grade Randy CockrUl, any loss must,be the result of an Opportllaltr.to own a boreal trhoUul business of Your Awn. .
us for lunch. (We Joined them Lauderdale; Philadelphia PhHUes, Springs. Patrick : Mazzlna actual decrease in value of the O. eel up for jrou. No eaplMenoe **. Nab Bill. !
LsQulta rr
Kelly finale. limit, If la good health
On Thursday Feb.,28th, the ant property ai a whole. In arriving at .
-they were the hosts). Clearwater; Pittsburgh Pirates Donna Atoirrlson Gayle Roland,
s-1' Fort Myers; St. Louis Cardinals train' from Tampa, Is planned, the value of the property as a EAR] tf TO sees PICK MONTH fAHT TlHa
In addition to the usual words St. Petersburg, and Washington making one stop at Plant City. Steve. eaOar. whole trees, shrubbery. and build Ton wilt.4:llT r. '4Ja collect WO'UfC&to retail (tort*. iiu.utA .
of welcome; etc., these men gave r f r nc mln. |IOOII4 IIT----Dr:
Eighth ,
I Grade Buddy Thompson
Senators Pompano Beach. The first train of this season : Inc are considered an Integralpart cured bjr tnvtntorr. Writ for personal
us food for thought on the subject I InUryl* giving ....
from Sanford-Orlando is set for Lynwood Bishop, Susan Butchart, of the realty. (2) The amountof addri phone no. and put' hlitorr to: .
,. of Sunday business hours for Tuesday. March. 19. stopping( .t Barbara dark. Carolyn Cox Carol the lea is determined by the
retail stores. The trend has been MORGAN ASBOOAflB
Gene Broadway Winter Park and Xlssfanmee. Another Davidson, Dwight Hatfield, JanIce difference In the fair market \valueof
In the direction of Sunday hours for Ills ear Marco Bird. Bult* II
:i win originate at Sarasota on BMoubek David McCarthy the property as a whole immediately I Jacktonrlllo t. Florid
some years and Is now reaching Enlists In ArmySFC Tommy Mann, Linda Reynolds David
Sunday Mar. S, with stop at Bra- ; before and Immediately:
I such that the matterIs
: proportions
denton, Palmetto and Raskin.An Taylor Dianne Williams, Den- after the casualty Of course: the
considered critical. Sears Roebuck Donald W. Sandstedt. VA seats for the ACL-Passlo na Wood Bruce McConvlHe. rrr -- -- -_
t which has been outspoken In Army recruiter announced the enlistment W :Maida i= O\\ ,, .
Play special trains win be reserved Grade:.Rudy Barton
,", 't,' vigorously opposing Sunday opening of J. Eugene Broadway, both on the coaches and la the : ,, Fetch Freeman Hodges, Mlchael bwtolal! Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute Report:
has stated that
recently unless ale E. Ventura Street dewlston.
amphitheater. They be Jordan Dan McCarthy Linda -
may parchased :
j" there is reversal of the trend
: ( a Pvt. enlisted
Broadway January
well In advance on a first- Tull, Bill Baird Kenneth :Young
,p4 1wlth1n.; :y, a short time, their tlme-honl 29, 1963 for the nth U. S. Army '
: ;[ ored policy will be subject to anew and Is presently taking: basic trainIng come flrst-served basis at any Tenth Grade: Jimmy Bible Sara PLYMOUTH 'iIP4SPERFORMANCE
'I\ '' review and study. at Fort Jackson S.C. Act passenger or ticket office in Jo Cato. Sheila label, Sally Oilphant -
the areas to be served. BIQ Perry, Elizabeth Rogers .
I'W: If the big shopping centers remain SFC Standstedt stated that this
Several other special trains are Susan Schick Rick Sextet.
I' \ open on Sunday and transact Is one of the many enlistment options being considered. Walter Zllahy. Tommy Weathers, Joanne Wood TEST.
.,; ,business all day other stores may available to young men who president of the" Passion Play Amphltheater Barbara Zemonek.
f"be forced to follow suit or close can qualify. Qualified men may enlist Corporation, said the total
"',1. up for lack 01'enouib business to for airborne automotive mechanics for 1963 may build up to a. Eleventh Grade: Phyllis Crouch
'" l' keep going. heavy equipment operators many as 12 special trains, provided Jackie Goldman Cheryl Lee Jim PLYMOUTH WINS
;i.. There Is more at stake here than or radio men to name a few one or more might be arranged my Montgomery Tom Moore Bar
'the, clerk's day of rest. Since the of the jobs available. Enlistment from Jacksonville. bara Rigby Fred Rlgglo Robert
t'" beginning of this nation Sunday options are guaranteed In writing Thousands of other patrons will Thompson ,Beverly: Preston, Deb
I ,..4 has been observed by closing: bus- prior to enlistment. Interested Inliriduals come to Lake Wales to see the orah Kemp.. GAS ECONOMY TEST.
)' v Iness. This. Sunday opening is another may get more information Play by chartered bus or in their I Twelfth Grade: Isabel Barrios.
i,," 'of our problems over which from SFC Sandstedt at the own automobiles. Judy Bembry Cheryl Bennett,
', the Communists must gloat Communists U.s. Army recruiting! station. corner This year an Sunday performances Mike Burpeace Joyce Jones Molly
.t may not have inspired the of Lee and First Street Fort will be matinees starting at Mulling Sally Schick Bill Swayne, It happened In the second big meeting of Ford Gatoxte 560", I

movement to remain open on Sunday Myers., Florida (telephone ED 7- 4 p.m., while on Tuesdays, Thursdays Marian ToWeda. Judy Vann. ,;': Chevrolet Impala and Plymouth Fury at Riverside, Cl<-tn a"Showdown"
: \ ,' but certainly it plays into 0051). SFC Sandstedt will be at "and Saturdays, the starting "
,: i their hands by breaking down another -!.the Glades County Democrat office time Is 7:30: p.m CAP Squadron Had Plymouth asked for. The cars were all V-Ss, comparably -

'.;i American principle. i from 10 a.m. to 12. noon on Feb. The well known: production featuring y' equipped. And Nationwide Consumer Testing Institute
g ", The matter is far-reaching:'Sun- 26. 1963 and at the local Draft ,Josef Meier as the Chris- '
Stanclby(Mission 'c. was there to conduct the competition and.. to It that Its strict
'"i 1| day observance In homes Is dls- Board Cewiston from 1 to 3 p.m. tus, with a cast of 30 professions -

|, rupted because workers have to be actors and actresses Is augmentedby Members j& the dewiston Civil rules were followed. When It was over, Plymouth had victories In
a': I onhelr Jobs; transportation peo- Florida is a leading state In commercial 1 125 citizens as extras. The Amphitheater
'., Air Patrol t squadron almost every performance test plus the all-Important
five victory.
were on
a ,
PM t Ii] pie must likewise work; and other tree-farm acreage with at Lake Wales has
I /',j j supporting businesses will need to 1,000,000 acres under certified tree a permanent stage 350 feet wide hour standby duty Tuesday connection economy run. Plymouth for '63 also has the only 5-yer/50rWO-

!,. 4 remain open. Soon everything will I farm management and a seating capacity of 3.500 with the loss of the Northwest mile warranty In the tough Plymouth-Ford-Chevrolet 'league
The Play portrays in a most beautiful Orient J Jet lines Miami bound : -' -
authentic manner' the 2,000- for Chicago: which went down in t See your dealer. Plymouth's on the move. ;
old story of the last seven
year the 'Glades during a squall. Fortythree t
days In the life of Jesus on earth. persons were lost on the air uao-yatamr em mina _

United Meter States brought in the 1932.,Play In IBM to,the he liner' which?was found 43 miles CHEVROLET PLYMoum..11.ee::::::::::::::::::13.64 M MO.. CHEVROLET PLYMOUTH.::::::..:::::::............:"fJ9: ie IU te"

Y established a permanent amphitheater from Miami', ;I'J FQRD.. ..................15.01610. FORD...............?.........?....808 fL

home. at Spearfish In he' Lt Maintaining'James Walker communication and A/le Annie were .QUAKTIJtMltRnVMOUTH. ...................18.04 see PLYMOUTH. HIGHWAY.........PAStma..........,,..e2 A:
Black Hills of South Dakota. He CHEVROLET...................ia.ae ..e. CHEVROL1T......................1116 n.
has presented the Play In Florida ,Walker. ORD........................2043 SM.KlLOSJCTUI FORD...........................54411.EMIHGDICY .
each winter since 1953. The local CAP planes were ready: Mill STOP

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AD.I ID1D1iuJ.i -Hal'lem News :

i'mfsiLt=i bedroom home inOewistofi. :1.

PHONE YTJJcoa 31201RATES FOR SALE -. Payroll ev toes pa., Florida room Beautiful ,
tot with ,
i >CD: : Four cents per word par Insertion, 70 cent shaded fruit trees. }
CLASSu; printed with form for eocial .
four Older frame with stucco Beautiful Events and News '
minimum__charge _insertions .for the_price of three. _' security withholding and ether street north aide. Would consider Of Our Colored CommunityMRS ,: .Ii,

I II deductions Box of 600 dewtt- small trailer or lot, or both, .
JANIE S. \ ,
'I HELP WANTED tat Newt Office GAIADHA Colored News Editor
as down payment. John Backer,
11iBI1lI'L Now accepting applications forwaitress FOR SALE-Nice platform rock- J4f N. Balboa, ear H N. :R igh17 Phone YU S-12M ;, ..t:
I cashier maintenance.Please era .2 twin headboards S double Russell Park, Fort MyersFebJSp. -, 'I.
asT T Eiisa'boy1* ham-rimmed' apply in person to Gary headboards, wardrobe cabinte ; "'". 4<\ ;, -.: .:
elementary Sate Thrifty Drug FtbUc medium size I straight chairs, 1 pleted 13 of Paris ) ?:
between Notes From Adult months dublD ,
glaaaea I DEMAND OKttATER: T H A NEVER Moore Haven P. TA1!: : '.',
Trailer Park: I rhest of drawers I small La- France
and Ehrlich's AA-QUALIFIED man or woman for ruga. for houses buttnesses. and is now enroute to ..
school acreage, .
Please return to Richard Crose at I established route work. Will Byer's Motel YU 2-2881 rebate We have customers wait Education Class Fort Lewis. Washington wbete Note' .I' ,:! ".:

school or at EhrliCh'" lip< 1 1i. tells Can earn 140 or more pel'day. FOR SALE BLONDE SPINET ID,. List your property with us. will be stationed for eight be'' (" Jo" .f''r..... ": '
The Adult Education Class along : : )
The PTA of Booker T;
He will three Washington t
Young male Beagle dog,i iblack. Write, Mr. Heath, Box 276. PIANO. Repossessed. Will transferto 4. C.: Beardsley. Ph. YU complete years ,
school! 'U .1.,
LOST 17101.tic with several of the high School, Moore Haven held / ;l
military service: la October, 1983.
1 white ocSoto Station. Memphis 2, Teno.FebZlc. responsible party willing to assume '
fashion t.
I students presented a > .
poodle. tables monthly Installments.Call their National Founders' Day : t" ,
,Collar easy
nam- about I credit dewlston FOR SALE IN! MOORE HAVEN. show at the PTA meeting January Church members and friends of for the Parents Teachers'

tag by Reward.Dr Sharpe: Kea: Weighs Swayne./ YU' :Business Opportunity 1 YU 2-7151,. or manager piano can be seen at Six room house lft baths, 28, 1963. The theme" of the fashion -. Rev. Leroy Holmes were very ,Association, Sunday afternoon at ?
20 Ibs Lake Appliance Ox, 821 :E. BugarUnd screened :patio.' Double carport show was ,.ahJoa On Parade. sorry to hear that he was 111 Sunday the First Baptist Church: Moore '
2-7221 : OPPORTUNITY open for 19750 I Highway. FebaH Call'WK I-MM. Mart ." The stage was decoratedwith night and Could not attend Haven Rev R C. Blye; pastor,
; per week man. Age 25 5$. Also colorful fabrics and patternsthat service His vacancy was filled by Sunday Feb. 10, 1K3 at J pro.
have opening for sand-retired man I FOR SALE Rollaway Bed with REAL ESTATE served as a background for Rev, Lee Jenkins. We extend "Get The following program was rendered -
; I hI11'I'HELP (would consider 40 to 60)). thick $30. '
1 lady Innerspring mattress, the occasion: ,
Hel ; S-BEDROOM. 3-bath tramt North Well Wishes" to Rev Holmes for :
Route sales. For personal Interview W F NalL 432 W. Sagamore. Ph. '
in Side. Etctilcnt condition Kitchen Miss A. E. O. Thomas playedsoft an early recovery I' Song, "Pass,Me Not," audience; .
your community write J. W131 ,Febl4e completely furulshed. Large lot, music and Mrs Isabelle Reese ,invocation: Rev. R. C. Blye; ,purpose
WANTED ,FEMALE-Sales' H. McGarlty, P.O. Box 627 Willis- FOR SALE-1952 Ford V-8 Pickup shade end fruit trees A real home. acted as narrator as each model Notes From Harlem Mrs. L. Tobias, president
Lady Advertising for established ton. Florida. FebZlcLL'ZIER Oeaa No rust I960 Falcon: 2- ron SALS-:TJorths.de 128 feet approached the stage In their outfit BTW PTA selection, Harlem
local firm. Permanent NO experience COSMETICSWe door Radio and beater; Straight trohtage 1'' bedrooms, 2 bath Mrs. Clara ?Bell Morris worea Academy P. T. A. I Academy Glee -Club; solo, "One "
necessary. We train you: want ladles to present the gears. Good gas mllesge,'car. CBS new,' immaculatt, 920000 lavender gabardine one-piece God" Willie Clyde- Blackmon;"'.
Salary plus, commission.! Potential Luzler Magic Hour. Watch for, Louis Christiansen. 507 South Atlantle NWVniSIDJE .11' bedroom frame, dress with reversible 'Jacket and The f'-st: repot t from the Apron "The PTA As an Organization"
S12S week Phone YU 31270.bS9c Much MeCatt's. Write Luzier, Box'I' Ave. Ph"M1"<: Mir7a e'o.oco. black accessories Mrs. Lucite Wilson Drive sponsored by the PTA wlJi I I Mr. A A. Thomas, Harlem Academy -
: 1236, dewiston. Mar7p ""."HTTStDEC t' bedroom, frame. was dressed in a two-piece mad "nnday aftarn::an, Feb. "Parents Roll la the PTA,"

call LEARN 'WESTERN STYLE' J tIM). .. beige wool crepe suit with black 17 A tt-ia'; jr:a.am his been!I Mrs. 1.. B. Blye. solo '"Thanks
WOMAN WHO CAN SQUARE DANCING. Class no.v I t Bid t o. C23 duplex, $9.P50. accessories, Mrs. Lottie Williams arranged (93:CO p.m. All who Be to God," Shirley Blackmon;
regularly each month on established being formed. Contact Dave Stockman 1 ?IV-d:"' trt CDS. $12.:500. wore a figured print of cot! i bier apron are'a.kedto please "Teachers Roll in the PTA" Mrs.'
Studio Girl Cosmetics Clients I'! I Ii ,G -.'a7rt: f-jm." 7ioflAcreage broadcloth with black accessories bi: oa time and make your report Teresa Sanders Harlem Academy;

in and around dewiston. Making 4 GUARANTEE v,.i learn to play 'a* available. Miss Bettye Dixon Wore a blue one- before the program begins. There introduction of speaker, Mr. W. T. .
necessary deliveries, etc. I or 4 EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY for 1 i ;the orfiA: In 30 days, or your I COUNTRY HQME:10 acres >S bedroom piece dress with a reversible pleaIron will be ;a guest speaker Refreshments Campbell, speaker Mr. C. Richardson -
hours per day. Route win pay up one or two ladles Style shop located money refunded Your choice of CBS constructed Completely of blue stripes, Mias Katie will be served at the close district eight president; "

to (3.00 per hour. Write' STUDIO in business section. Custom i Himmond: Orf:in. and \lessons In'' furnished:' TV, Freezer Cattle. Mitchell wore a blue flowered cotton of the program selections, Booker T. Washington
GIRL COSMETICS;. Dept. 75932, sewing, notions Jewelry and fabrics. 1 Clewlaton for 30 days only/ $29. Fenced.: 3 mile out Paved state. broadcloth one-piece dress withdraw Mrs Annie .Mitchel School Glee dub; greetings, Mrs.
Glendale, Calif.FOR. Require low capital Investment Bill Doane. Pbt'n.2:591.: tft' ioad. All conveniences. Ideal site. string at the waistline and a President Mitchell, PTA prealdentHariem ,-
Please call YU 3-2461 01: 325 fllA HOMES in Palm Beach, matching ruffle front 'Jacket and Academy; recognition of
write to 108 Bond Street, Clewlston CHERISHED\: PHOTOS taken t I Broward and Dade counties;: black accessories. MU trim.Klngcade \... 'The Band Parents' Club will presidents, M..... L. Tobias; offering
Fla. FebUc your convenience Weddings, virioualet and prices Small! wore a beautii4 .tn'lt sponsor an entertainment at the Mr. W. T Campbell end
NNT -- Banquet. commercial home'pop.- home of Mr. and Mrs Ralph Quln-
:' cash payment piece red flowered dress of cotton Mist WUma Faye Thomas; .re',
.trait*. For appointment call YU- FOR RENT broadcloth buttoned front matching tine Friday eight. Feb. 13 Please marks Mr. Robert Gamble. Book
miscellaneous For Sale ion :1.2461. CAPITOL ''PHOTOTTLS Efficiencies: and houses as Jacket and white accessories, come out and help us raise funds er T. Washington School; 'benedic

FOR RENT Trauera and Trailer 1 SHOP +". tfc %available. ,' Miss Owendolyn Patrick wore a for band uniforms Support this lion; refreshments it''
spaces. Royal Palm Trailer --1 Over 1,000 vacant Iota to select two-piece blue suit,with a reversible effort with your presence and con- I Officers: Mrs L. Tobias president -
Phone YU 22603.fo. LET US BUILD YOUR NEW from. for ,all purpose. Various jacket of butcher linen with tribution. Therevwill be on hand I ; Mr Cleveland Herbert vice
Park "
FOR SALE Parakeets. $2.00 HOME in Canal Point. Top'work 1 '* barbecued chicken hot fish and
}1 prices beige accessories An fashions I president; Mrs. 1.. Perkins, secretary :
6-Oil RENT.." f and I room up Mynah birds African lovebirds manship. Call Hunt ;Real Estate Investment'and Income property modeled were made'11 the adults cold drinks There will be lots of ; Mr. A. Huggins, parliamen-
furnished apartment! monkey, cages; supplies. Pahokee 824-7033 tic LONG,11i1IUrI. low Interest, firm and students of Harlem Academy fun in store fcr you. I brain, Mr. J. Kearns, assistant
Phvnc Wild
Pet boarding Thompson and ranch mort- Mrs Mrs J. S. Gapadha.
2.1rl. "r cane grove Home Economic Department r src!::?: Mr. JTadaa Miles "
Animal Farm. Phone YUkon W TERRY, far Consultant gases, mWmum $50.000LJaWBKW Narvena M. instructor President
Leer treasurer; >Rev, R. C. B>yo. chap
HedrOO'puT' tfo : .
2-1236. ..I ,
JOB RENT-* .Complete Income Tax Service NEEDED .1' lain.
ate bat&: Phone' 2-6881 W, E. Automatic Phone,YU 2-711.. "Uy.. M.-JLANKFORD; Card of Thanks
SALE 1935
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Bailey. .tte transmission radio heater, 4- _____._4/15c.I ,530 't.Sugarland HljtiwajFlr f Death NoticeThe Willie's :
TENEMOS CUARTOS PABA AL- door; Call YU 2-3001 after. S f .Auto and General t wish to express my incere
QUILA. Telefono 2-6861. W, E. p.Dtp ATTENTIONProspective Insurance many friends of MM. :Estelle 1 thanks and deep appreciation: to an Shoe Shine StandGive
Clewinton. Fla Phone 2-2181 Gordon will much to,
regret very
friends and church membersfor
315 Eats El Paso dewia- my your shots that shine I
of her last Thursday .
NF Uc home buyers (or hear passing their kindness during my illness smile,
ton. ORNAMENTALS We have large commercially I am seeking employment 'WANTED evening at Hendry General Hospital and recent confinement Alabama Street, Harlem
amounts of plants undamaged by can save you many fit at 1:30: Mother Gordon had Hendry General Hospital An of Mr. WillIe L Yonnr Proprietor

HELP WANTED 'freeze and ready for planting.'CHRISTIAN'S can handle planning! loan procedures WANTED People to l.am-w ii- been a resident in-Clewiston for your acts of kindness and thoughtfulness -
I' NURSERY, South and complete construction. em Style Square Dancing. Contact the past 23 years and was well meant so much to me in

MALE Clewlston Write George Kendall. Box }55, Dave Stockman, YU J-4321 known and loved by all who knew my recovery, d, extend special Julia's Nook
FEMALE. ALL MAKES 21" USED TV SETS Clewiston, Fla. tfe days, or YW 2-8781 evenings. her. She was a 'member of the thank to Dr, McConvflle and Dr. Beauty
I Guaranteed S1993: down, $1404 Church of the First Born and was Shine\ and.the entire staff of Hen- EXCLUSIVE HAIR
WANTHD per month. LAKE APFLANCE.Ph. RENT A PIANO! 1180 DOWN the mother of her church. She was dry Gen ral. May Gcd bless each Personal CareTo Your STYLES Hair,

MAN OR woMSPAREATIME I YU 2-7151: 'tfoJkW (ONLY MONTHF Home. la excellent condition a long time member of the Burial! and.all of you. fttra. Julia Mae BalM '",
in before
Aid Society Georgia coming
: .' ; CABLE SPINET PIANO. All'rent applies to purchase dose to schools and shopping In Respectfully '
To refill and collect: money from to Florida and will be remembered Mrs Lena Williams ProprietorHarlem ,
Was $695. Now $595 Terms. Private Lessons Free Music Pahokee Can Hunt Real Estate f
dispensing landsCandy I for her great work as a missionary '
our machine; 'i: ,
Holdridge Musfc Center. Clewlston. Your choice of any WurlltzerHoUrtdce 24-T933.. tic ,
Gum and Sport Cards in Phone YU 2-4781, FebUc : Made Center Church NewsNew .
this area. Easy to do. Excellent Income ai She leavesM mourn her passingfour "1-
J47J cash required secured FOR SALE-One 24x21 Sink with Francisco YU at 2.4751Clewiston Okeecbobee: -. IlneS/ one stepson, Mr. Bethel AME Church, Rev. \ Garage .:

by inventory Include phone number Rim and fittings One Kelvinator Ahsley Arlioe. Camden N.J., Mr. L. Holmes pastor -
Write '.O. Box 1139, Orlando, ,Refrigerator, $30. can YU 27230. Febl4c AlvIn Arllne, Palmetto, Fla; Mr. Sunday school! 9:30: a.m., Mr. H now open for '

Fla. ; Feb21c tic SLUM & SONS PLASTERING Luther T. Arline, Camden N.J.;, L. McKlre, tupt businessElbert ;

................................................: Very, Best Work.- Mr Joseph H. Arline, Camden: Morning worship, 10;S3 a m.
U We Save You Money N.J.i Mr Tommie Arline. Miami, Evening worship 7 p.m Allen, Jr. .
I Petering Simulated Stone Fla.i five daughters, and one stepdaughter Class meeting, Tuesday night Phone YU 2-6248
I Stucco Free Estimate Mrs. Lee Burch. Lake-' Rehearsals for choirs, Wednesday

i BUSINESS DIRECTORY I Licensed and Insured i I. Inad. ,,1'11.1 t Mrs Pearlie Mae nights. ---
25 Year. In B foet.I850 THE CLEWlStfON' NEWS Butts New York, N.Y.; Mrs.utaudle The members No. 2 choir presented

Lora Street Fort Myers.,Fla. Smith Tampa", Fla.; Mrs. a play after the regular
I WALDRON'Sr itt Sly .. rI. Ida Mae Barber Plant CIty Fla.; services Sunday night The title of Mamie'sStyle "
PORBOTTLED 1I-.. Virtresa Tate Mrs Estcfle the play was The Gates of Heaven
: GASAppliance Holmes, Clewlston, Fla three The audience enjoyed performance
MEATS: AND QRQCIIIRDIS representativeiJ be It Old-: ; '
<424< t8eg551Sa4Ave.TAX ,,
brothers Mr. blah Fullwood Bells Stock of Girl's Dresses
; dens FuroiUre Stort-eacb Tr\d\ 9, for
Glade Fla i Mr. Walter Fuuwood. Shorts, and Slim Jima
Open 7 A-M. <- S P Jt. For parts sales,. service .stop. in, SERVICE Ohio and Mr. Nemiah Fullwood, Scout NotesThe
SaleiService or call YU 2-6721, tic Mrs. Mamie MeDanlel, '
J Camden N.J.; two sisters; Mrs, Boy Scout Troop No. 796 Freprieter
GASCORPORATION' SEVEN! DATS A WEEK Ezella .Adams, Chuncy Ga.; Mrs.' Of Harlem Academy had a week of
POWER Viola O'Neal, Camden N.J.; 32 activities: in observance of Boy 242 Alabama Street
For Tour Spur of Moment Picnics .. !; '
.1IoIo;,. 'r' grandchildren and 27 great-grand Scout: Week Feb. T through 13.
I RICHARD M. children and a host of relatives and. Chapel program was held Monday
Four MUee East of Oewlatoa! : .CONE'4& : .
,, friends. morning, Feb. II, la the mnatorlumL Hilton's Grocery
Funeral services Tuesday Feb.
South Hag' t-> WY 5-561 Bare Beach GENERAL CONTRACTOR ," 12. 1983. Friendship Baptist The Color Guard patrol leaders; Groceries: Freak Moats
: Church. 1:30: p.m. Young's Harlem The National Anthem, a recording: VegetablesCold
Funeral Home ta charge.. scripture and invocation: Rev. L. Drinks Essential Items

WANTED: Attention Cattlemen NEW HOME. CONSTRUCTION. Holmes; selection: "The Battle We Appreciate: Your Patronage

Personal Mention Hymn of Republic, audience; Mr. and Mrs. Thorsleai BflUa
-**- New b the tune to eansoilbsts Hemo4e&ig + Deaf or Night to the :Flat Girl Scout Troop No ProprietorsMcGlothen's

Ci I your debts with a bee term farm t....., .. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Mixon 47, Oewiston, Fla; occasion Mr.
loa. low Interest rates with Addtftmi PhOM:YU 1.7381f were delighted to have as their Willie Young, Young's Harlem Funeral
3 t \, : i house guest the past week Mr. Home; selection "This Is

'Federal Land BankSee : Lenard Bussey father of JoIn.'I' My Country," Harlem Academy
: I. s.. '' MIxon and Mrs Alfred Taylor,her Glee Cub; "Some of the Things a ,
erWrlt* 'I' aunt from Georgetown, Ga. Scout Must Know. Explorers; Eat Shop

Jortla9i, .w. "MAl'. RM! Estate I' ._ selection' "Stout Hearted Men,"I .
I'' ''Mr. and Mrs.Homer Lee Battle Troop No; 798; "Scouts In Action"I Harlem Business District

Boa, fM WaJcaM. Bulgy Exchanges"" Rent Leases Sales and daughter are' spending a, delightful Boy Scout units: reflections and Alabama St
Bradenton IrloddaEYINRUDE! vacation .with thek par announcements: Mr. A. A. Thomas, rood; Soft
4 Auction>ai Appraisal ents. Mr, and Mrs Willie Battle principal; school song audience; Drinks Beverage
IIIIae a and ,Jtea
i' aad'famBy. Mr. Battle has com benediction."REPEAT: _
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PaW: )I..t' a4 Aowaertas M aene MaT I kee>eMS ,...... ..M.. kaaaseT 'Vfr:;saBeafras If you have any notion to build a home 'in
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**\ ', Eva Applewhite And Wilbur RichardsonAre Garden, Audubon, Historical Clubs _

I Married In Home CeremonyIn I Plan Joint Meetmg, Next'Thursdav '

II The Clewlston Garden Club, the A. Jones, Mrs turd'
a ceremony at the home of Okeechobee Audubop Society Mrs Fwd: Vancil Ortherim
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the bride's parents Mr. Eva Ij I Historical Society bop Society. .
a aI and the : Q, N PibeDAuda.wm.
Applewhite and Wilbur Richardsonwere Public CeremonyWill will meet for supper and a Mn1 T. Stitt

united In marriage Monday II program Thursday February 21, V tort,'are welcomecIaDy
date j -" .
February 11. The
morning at 1:30: p.m. at the social hall of Invite tourists .espe.Let'
of the bride'smother Install For el& viJ >
was the birthday 1 1 t e y the First Methodist Church. make this an interest :-'

I 1 Mr, David Alsobrook.of the I //a Mrs. William T. -Stilt, an activemembers i together by attending and-Ie\! \.
Rev. Joe COleman pastor
; Church of God officiated at the EasternStars I % of both Garden dub and log better acquainted with thT, tPersonals
Audubon groups, ha* arranged the of each club.
11 o'clock ceremony The Eastern Stars will hold an program It will be presented by '
i The bride was given in marriage open Installation for their new officers of ., .J "
I Mr Ralph Bager Tallahassee : Ji ..
by her brother, David Andrew, .
tomorrow evening Friday at :
1 staff of the Florida
I I I who Is on the
t and was attended by her 1t-year 8 pan at the Masonic Han. AU ie ''J'ark Service. He will show, a new ,'
,I old daughter Scarlett Applewhlte'1 friends are cordially invited\ to at- "
t I Florida
'. Alfred Haynes was man tend. I film about park ]
t. the groom Husbands and wives of members
\ ". Ford is the
4f;' For her wedding the bride chose Mrs Anna new of each club are invited. Members
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; a dress of pale blue and accessories worthy matron and her husband, : ;: are- asked to bring a covered Mt.y and"Mrs.
<. Ralph Ford Is the new worthy I Walter Blizard
'l of white. Her corsage was a :: ; dish Bread, coffee and tea win be rf
j.. dressed I tron., Mrs. Stella Pinkie will be the : : Akron;.Ohio, are at the dewlstot
jl white orchid. Scarlette was provided.
assisted Mrs. r Inn"for I their annual
,. installing officer by winter viift.
K i : in yellow and' carried a nosegay Hostesses from the Garden Club
:Vera Mills, marshal Mrs Henry Keechl Sr
bouquet installing Mrs M. L. Goodwin Mrs. O. accon
i Mrs. Alsobrook was dressed in I Hazel Post, installing chaplain, and are panted. by her sisters M;.. Bettj
Madge Taylor, installing musician. : aP Maloy, and Mr. Jean Stewart and
pink and of
wore a
." y tions. corsage I Mrs Etherldga! Davis is retiring Valentine Ball a brother. Alton Pascher ot L>

,; Following short worthy matron.and Ernest Slow Belle, made a trip to Owensboro,,
!,( couple will reside in South earn..I mons, retiring worthy patron. a Ky., to attend funeral services fot

iston Mr. Richardson is Installed with Mr. and Mrs Ford Tops Social News their brother, Charles Pascher Jrbwho' .
will be the officer for died of heart
by Okeelanta Sugar Refinery at following a attack on February -
1963: Helen Dickey, associate ma- ee 2nd.
." ', South Bay.Mission For CHS StudentsDiane
tron; Carlos Dickey, associate patron Mrs,, Frank Cox,made a trip to
; Betty Carlton conductress; St. Cloud Sunday for her
?1: Study Betty Joe Howard, associate conductress Rackstraw.., pretty and Mr*. H. C. Avant who returned,

Planned By W.M.S. ; Essie Robison, secretary vivacious daughter of Mr, and Mrs with her after a two weeks' vide
; Abner Vann;, treasurer; Gaynam D. Rackstraw. was with relative
t Mrs. R. W Kelly presented plans
; Christine Doty, pianist, Caroline n crowned queen and Jimmy: Bible,
rfor the study of the mission book Mrs. Harry 'Vaughn, Mrs
: W C
Keen chaplain, Etheridge Davis. \, son of Mr. and Mr*. J. Homer Bible -
"The Chains are Strong" at the Prewitt and Mr. Ruth Vaughn
marshal; RoaabeDe Hamilton, king, at the annual sophomore
h Tuesday morning meeting of the Mrs. Wilmer
I\. Adah; Pauline Anderson Ruth; ; ; I' Valentine Ball Friday evening. Crayioi
'f"Wom.n'* Missionary Society of and Mrs
Betty Hummel to Sa
Inca Shaw Esther Belle
If First Baptist Church. The study ; Mary t Blonde and smiling> Miss Deborah where boarded
:; I bring they the trail
Martha Grace Not-
Thompson ; 4tf'
1 ,;Y\t starts with a covered dish luncheon tingham. Electa Cloyce Simmons, Kemp last year' queen, for Baton Rouge La., after a vis
on February 21st ; i crowned the new queen, and Mike
it., Mr. Hummel wa the recap{
warder and Leslie Carlton, sentineL
Mrs T. I.. Tanner, assisted*!)? r Mazzlna, representing last year' eat of many informal parties la
'jtt Mrs Belle Bryan Mrs. A. R. fir ,:M : 'wE. ,e king Jimmy Davis, crowned the her honorduring her month's visit

,,; Broadfoot Mr*. Ross LaByer .e king with Mrs, Ruth Vaughn.
) Mrs. W. R. Wlmberly presented RAINBOWS PLAN Pink, silver and white decoration John
and Mr. T. Bessie
'-'. the program "Witnessing to Oriental RUMMAGE SALEThe at Sugarland Auditorium reflected Mr. '
Americans." of Dallas, Texas, are making their
the theme "Song of My: Heart"with
,yt Mr. W. P. NaIl presided at the Rainbow Girls are planninga mobile double hearts In pink winter visit at the Clewlston Inn.

4+-, business session at which recom rummage sale Saturday frontof swinging from the pink, white and Carr Settle of MontlceUo] IK

:lomendaton was made to set a goal Western Auto store, starting at silver ceiling. Wall decoration visited. friends la dewtston and
of '$320 for the Ann Armstrong 11 a.m. Plans were made at the were musical instruments and Moore Haven the latter part of till

;1 offering for Home Missions to be Monday night meeting! at which double hearts. Background the week, coming eipeclallly to attend

Iii oBserved the week of March 4 Chris Kelly, worthy advisor, pre-- stage letting! wa fashioned of funeral services of Mack Greene.
through 10. sided. *and:Mrs., David Martin otCommercio
i Mrs. Hortense Vann was 'Introduced VALENTINE' DAT and there's a very pretty hi.* Val aUDe, Seeend claim I* that el Beta large hearts in pink' and white. Mr, Street dewiiton, have

'" a* chairman of the Rainbow Valentine for sea She Is petite and prety Nancy ma Phi chapter, which chose Nancy as Ms -I Ten girls and ten boy from the returned from a three months trip
:y::' W. G. Perry advisory Hen wife of Bnren Halt who has first claim as tine Girl of the year. sophomore class had been chosen Europe. They visited Ireland
members for the Valentine but the
t ; Rainbow discussed the Martinis
Tai' 'Consultant Scotland and England. Mr.
school of Instruction conducted' the SKATINGPARlY Identity; of the king and queen wasa an
d; Personal Business Local Th'eaterBooks Barbecue a native of Scolland.. They
Farm Ketorms previous, Saturday by Mrs Mary Supper carefully kept, secret until the now enjoying visit of Mrs Mar
Complete B kkeeplng Service I deGraw of Belle Glade, supreme FOR 16YEAROLDJudy moment of the coronation. tin's sisters Mrs. L. Zahn of Re-

," "Serrtnr Glades County Tax' deputy Fountain, daughter of Mr. SeriesOf Honors Bill RuddA The court members were Diane line Sash, Canada.
Needs For 10 Tear*" Rackstraw Joanne Crawford Sandra and baby
and Mrs. A. T. Fountain celebrated Mr. Douglas Pridgen
mon Phone Clew1 tea Mrs. Bembry Hostess her 16th birthday at a skating Ben Elizabeth Rogers, Elaine daughter are the guests of her
t-7841 Collect Musicals surprise party was given at
McConvUle. Joan Wood. Mary Jo S. Moody
# party at Em's RoUerland Wellerday parent. Mr. and Mr*
i1 At Class Meeting evening I the VFW Post Home Saturday Cato, Cindy Allen, Barbara Ze- I and her parenta4n4aw, Mr sod

Mrs Leon Bembry was hostessto Assisting her parent In entertaining A series fomusicals 11 books! night honoring Bill Rudd. Barbe- monek 'and Janice Cariin, Jimmy ; Mr. Harvey Pddten.I' .

members of the TEL Class of weN Mr ,and Mrs. E. M. for ,Dixie\ Crystal In. the near fulure -; .uei h ... ch'cLn' and ribs swamp cab Bible Jimmy Adams Ricky Sex. '| Mrs. Beryl Bowden attended the
,: tossed: salad corn formedthe ton. Kenny Davis Billy Davidson I of the FloridaPress
Rera board of director
the First Baptist Church at her The first tar' br.rr
EdwardsPlumbing Widow"i i menu. Pete McIntyre" Donnle Morgan, Association meeting in TarnPMlss -
home Thursday evening. Refreshment of birthday cake
February 20t& and 21st, with:
on Ronnie Morgan Terry ana '
The Valentine theme was car i and cold drinks were served to I Cuts! Inz'uded:: Mr. and Mrs. KwUIey \$ay.
Jeanette McDonaldJand Maurice Bill Rudd, Mr and Mrs. Gene Michael Roberts Chl.TlenoJone.. was the
ried in
L' out the table arr.nlemenuand Ann Davis Jean Fountain, Peggy'
RepairRenovation In the refrshments of cake Fountain. Dennis Maxham, Cornell Chevalier A on the Cawssn, Mr. end Jilrs, Bill Bass, Mrs Catherine Brown and Robert weekend guest of friend, In Tampa

squares topped with whipped cream Sainey, Wallace Storey, Bobby Me- 27th and 28th, "Rose JJdarie"; with I Mr and Mrs Barney Bryan and Maple, faculty member, were Recent arrivals' at,the dewistoa
Replacements and strawberries.. Danirl, Rusty Dunning, Teresa Ann'Blyths; and Howard, Keel will children! Mr, and Mrs. Henry sponsors for the event Mrs. P. M. Inn are Mr. and Mrs.. RusseU
Installation Mr*. Elbert Jordan, president Jimmy McDanlel, Leonard be featured. ,? fluid: and children Mr. and Mrs. McIntyre was chairman: of the refreshment Mitchell of Noblesvffle, lad., and

General Repairs led the'devotional period and presided Jack McLaughlln, storeY'1 This series of ,world-famous operettas -I Jesse Pas'smore and son Jay 'committee, which served Mr and Mrs. D. W. Coujhlan of

Trouble at the business session. I,James Mincy, Roy Storey, Albert I II is for children a* well as Mr and Mrs. Jerry Rudd, Mr. punch and cake from tables, Demarest, New Jersey.
Shooting Attending were the MesdamesJordan Morgan, Jimmy Frier LarelclaMorgan adult, for they all, have a dashof and Mrs. Buddy Belcher and gaily decorated with sliver candelabra -, Mr* Lynn BienonsW., who was
Licensed I '
<- Experienced Bill Thomas, L S. Ford Diane Doby, aid Brenda comedy that it enjoyed by all daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James pink flowers and hearts. recently: ,discharged' from Baptist

Available Jack Rogers, T, H. Jones Jr., 1 Vaught of Clewlston, and Ter ages. The theater has booked these Rudd and Children, Earl Dyess Hospital' In, Miami after a five

Phone YU 2-7230 Ross LaByer, Ethelle Morgan W. ,I. and Betty Dupree. Martha I films in the hopes that they win 'Sr, Serman Dyess and Charles SURPRISE PARTY weeks stay ad 'Is ecuperUii
'I F ,Nail Miss Gervis Hathcockand Jerry Cribbs and Topsy s.1 provide good entertetement with NeAltt of Clewlston and Mr. and from surgery, is here with het

the hostess Mrs. Bembry.: I of. I
..r yr ? response is good',tie\series will C, T, LJghUey of Okeechobee. ter. She Is improving but
** Carlton was honored with ,
be continued. la >!tftl a oed patient
.",,' ,-"' ", ft.... ... ..... # ,", ... ,., ,tf 'I I surprise birthday party Friday ,Mr*. L. C. Miller, left Monday
\, f' '" .' "Doc" will be
( there
; ili: 1 Koch says Billiard evening, when his wife entertained
Tourney : ,
''' : : ::.Y : ; -. only one chow each evening, starting a group of friends with a. buffet night for' aseriouwheres dlneu
? ;" ? at 8 o'clock tad there will be was called by
: : 2 : Representing! the Clewiston Youth nipper. of her mother, Mr. E. E. Edwards
no advance in prises.PIZZA
Center In the District S Florida Attending were Mr. and Mrs. in South Jacksonville HospitaL
1. Recreation Association Billiard Dave Stockman Mr. and Mr .Donald SdsMfll' of BTghlandi
'. Mrs. O. F,,
Her Out t'i.ji ;' "' : I Tournament la Stuart, Saturday Prine Mr. and Mr. Joe Du N.C., spent several day as Nest
n r : will be' Freeman Hodges, Bobby quette Mr. and Mr. E. T. Bartlett of Mr* W;C Owen, arriving Sat

r ; Hare Matt Stanton Nlckey Flak Jr.. and Loretta Mr/and Mr. urday. Mr. Schiffll, .wife of the
YU 2.3311.. John McGee and Cal Ballentlne. Calvin Swindle and daughter,. Mr. late Dr. Schiffll. a beloved Clewls:

:' I A 'single! elimination tournamentwar and Mrs. Royce Carlton, Mrs. Hugh ton physician for many years, was

", Sugarland ;Pharmacy held to select the membersof Carlton. Mrs. Joe Benefield and entertained by:many friends during

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